- Category: Private Home
- Tonalite products used:
Geomat for kitchen, Arabesque in bathroom
“Entering the land whose capital is Eutropia, the traveller sees not one city but many, of equal size and not unlike each other, scattered across a vast, undulating upland plane. Eutropia is not one but all these cities together. Only one is inhabited, the others empty and this is taken in turn. Now I’ll tell you how”.
As in the invisible city by Italo Calvino, which inspired the name of the studio, Eutropia is not one but the sum of all its components, whose interaction and complicity generate every project, through a pathway of exchange, encounter (and conflict), comparison, intuition and synthesis. This is why it is a guarantee of creativity and originality, the result of an exchange that generates research and attention to detail and to the client. Eutropia architecture is involved in architectural planning, from the details of an interior to large-scale urban planning, together with renovation, spatial transformation and installations. The architectural space is at the centre of its work and Eutropia is responsible for all the functional and operational activities needed to transform designs into finished buildings, including executive planning, authorisations, construction, coordinating safety during the design and building phases, artistic supervision, business control and time frame management. As well as their professional activity, the founding members of Eutropia are involved in teaching and academic research at several architecture and design universities.
What where your objectives when you chose the materials to be used for your floor or wall coverings?
For the kitchen, the idea was to create a texture with a strong visual impact.
For the bathroom, the idea was to use a product with a neutral colour, with a contrasting turquoise join that echoed the resin of the walls.
What made you chose the Tonalite products?
Tonalite products were chosen for the wide range of formats, finishes and colours available.
What colours and combinations did you chose and how did you use them?
For the combination of colours in the bathroom, the design included neutral colours for Arabesque with a strong colour contrast in the choice of join and resin on the walls.
In the living room, Examatt grey tones create endless shades of grey that contrast with the parquet floor in the living room.