Cotto d’Este surfaces were chosen to cover the ventilated façades of the new Fastweb Headquarters, specifically 3.5mm-thick Argerot from the CLUNY Kerlite3Plus collection. The Cluny collection features the intensely mineral surface typical of Burgundy stone. Matt and tactile to the touch, the Cluny Argerot surface has a slight coating effect that makes it soft and captivating.
The collaboration with the Citterio-Viel firm – which has overseen other prestigious projects including the construction of Doha airport in 2015 – confirms once again Cotto d’Este’s ability to provide solutions dedicated to architecture, thanks to a high-quality, technologically and aesthetically advanced product and to a range of formats and thicknesses that guarantee a unique choice.
The Symbiosis project’s focus on environmental sustainability is another of Kerlite’s advantages. Indeed, thanks to its reduced use of raw materials, lower consumption of water and energy and lower CO2 emissions, Kerlite is a ceramic solution with a low environmental impact.