Restauro 19

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  • Restauro 19

    • Category: Private house
    • City: Almenno San Salvatore (BG)
    • Realization: 2015
    • Tonalite products used:
      Kitchen Diamatato Silk 10×30 Colour gesso





    via Carlo Alberto dalla Chiesa SS 106 km 87
    89034 Bovalino (RC)


    Architetto Giuseppe Pizzimenti


  • Officina03Architetti was founded in 2007. The main activity of the studio is the architectural composition, an instrument of cultural and social reflection and a means through which to investigate the multiple declinations of space and form.

    What where your objectives when you chose the materials to be used for your floor or wall coverings?

    In the project the kitchen is an integral part of the living area, the main objective in the selection of the kitchen cladding was to have an elegant and simple material at the same time able to characterize the kitchen space without being too much impact from a purely aesthetic point of view.

    What made you chose the Tonalite products?

    For several years we have been trying to favour a limited number of companies with which we have achieved excellent results, when our clients allow us to do so. Tonalite is definitely among the favourites, mainly because it combines an undisputed construction quality of the product with a timeless elegance. The quality that we have always appreciated from this company is the absolute recognizability and the ability to create products that have no time and that are timeless and that escape the annual trends of magazine interior design.

    What colours and combinations did you chose and how did you use them?

    The product selected was diamond Silk (size 10×30) in colour Gesso. The choice of colour was dictated by the desire to cover the walls of the kitchen (this is the niche modulated on the 10×30 size of the tile) with a material that expresses character, tradition and beauty while being extremely essential and of light visual impact.

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