In this bio-sustainable context, no detail has been left to chance. The result is an excellent balance between the different parts of the building: from the volumes, to the study of the functional distribution of the interiors and furnishings, up to the design of the outdoor area, including finishes and coverings. In this regard, Cotto d’Este participated in the project with the quality of its offer: the volume of the home’s entrance and some portions of the blind walls on the ground floor are covered in slabs of Kerlite 3Plus Buxy porcelain stoneware, in the Noisette shade, embellishing the prospectuses.
Kerlite Buxy is a lightweight, versatile and resistant material, thanks to its reduced thickness (3.5 mm) and fibreglass reinforcement. Aesthetically, it is very eye-catching: its particular punctiform graphic design and special colour are inspired by a stone originating in French Burgundy of undoubted allure. The sobriety and beauty of the natural stones are greatly emphasised thanks to this covering.