The project

  • Location Pescara
  • Date 2020
  • Studio Architetti Franco Agresta e Giulio Fioravanti
  • Photo Credits Moreno Maggi

Clear, contemporary, distinct and impressive, it seems to stand out against the sky. With its marble-effect ventilated façade, the Pescara Court offers a mix of modernity and elegance ideally suited to this kind of institutional location. The chosen light shade, which seems to expand the building into the space, is perfect for a seaside city like Pescara. Firstly, this type of building must be durable, with a façade that guarantees maximum performance: Cotto d’Este proved to be the most suitable choice for surfaces that ensure both safety and elegance, the ideal combination in this context.

Court of Pescara: Photo 1

Product used

The renovation of the façade is particularly notable: the original natural material, marble, was entirely replaced with Cotto d’Este 14 mm-thick porcelain stoneware. A custom-made product, specially designed and produced for this impressive building in order to give it a very striking look, an overall marble-effect that presents a highly accurate reproduction of the original stone. The vein patterns have been recreated with a precise and three-dimensional design, conveying incredible visual depth and thus elevating the building’s discreet elegance. 

Court of Pescara: Photo 3
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CARRARA ALPHA (custom made)

The sizes:

  • 46"x102"

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