Designed for recreation and relaxation, swimming pools require an architectural design that meets complex technical and environmental requirements. The material selected for the wall coverings and flooring must be highly resistant to chlorine, chemicals and weathering, it must guarantee minimal water absorption and be easy to maintain.
The Cotto d’Este collections, from the extra-thick 14 and 20 mm versions, suitable for indoor and outdoor use, to those in Kerlite, ideal for large-format coverings, have all these features and they are perfect for sophisticated private homes or wellness areas in prestigious hotels.
Four hectares of land overlooking the surrounding pine forest: a green space just 15 minutes away from the city of Ibiza. Two architects – Axel Schoenert and Zsofia Varnagy – decided to build their own villa/refuge here.
A welcoming, contemporary and luminous architectural project: split over two levels, with large outdoor spaces equipped for relaxation and recreation, Villa Era, in the heart of Salento, is a splendid luxury residence with a swimming pool in the charming village of Matino, not far from the famous beaches of Gallipoli.
A historic 5-star superior hotel, a late nineteenth-century Art Nouveau masterpiece, nestled between Lake Como and the surrounding mountains in the charming village of Menaggio, a corner of paradise with breathtaking views. The Grand Hotel Victoria has been completely modernized in a way that respects its long history. Today, it aims to enhance the wonders of Made in Italy.
The design of the Hotel Nira Montana, a three-storey building with a loft and basement, conceived by Milanese architect Simone Del Portico and his team, successfully extends the typical characteristics of natural materials to neutral and conceptually distant elements, in a sophisticated, balanced ensemble.