Almè is a quaint Italian town in the district of Bergamo. Located near the top of the country, about 30 miles northeast of Milan, it is characterized by various aspects of Medieval history.
Past and present live together in the residential buildings of the town, thanks to the coexistence of traditional style houses with others inspired by contemporary design.
Amongst these, the garden and entrance patio of a private villa are the expression of ideas that bring to mind the innovative elements of urban style. As a perfect setting for minimalist style-colored furniture, Ceramiche Caesar has given character to the garden paving with its monolithic Aextra20 porcelain stoneware slabs. Ideal for giving shape and substance to the most diverse outdoor areas, with a non-slip finish and 20 mm thickness, these tiles were utilized in a 60- x 120-cm size. A structured finish was accomplished with the light gray tones of “Versilia” from the Portraits collection, one of seven natural stone looks.
Tile Supplier: Ceramiche Caesar, Modena, Italy (Portraits and Aextra20)
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