A Little Paris in the Heart of Moscow
A mini-apartment in Moscow, Russia, conveys the atmosphere of the neoclassical style typical of French and Parisian interiors, which was achieved using large-format ceramic slabs from Cotto d’Este.
A mini-apartment that conveys the atmosphere of the neoclassical style typical of French and Parisian interiors, but is located in the modern center of the Russian capital of Moscow.
The architects combined high ceilings, boiserie, stucco and precious materials with a more architectural style distinguished by clean lines and contemporary materials for a very visually striking result in which the balance of shapes and colors enhances the elegance of the spaces.
Cotto d’Este was chosen to cover the horizontal and vertical surfaces of the bathroom, where the ultra-thin, large-format 100- x 300-cm ceramic slabs from the Kerlite 5plus Exedra collection were used in the Calacatta color, with a thickness of 5 1/2 mm.
The result of a passion for marble and research into prestigious quarries, the Exedra collection stands out thanks to its absolute fidelity to the original stone and to its wide range of graphic effects, which give it a varied appearance that is never repetitive. Marble veining is rendered with great precision and with a three-dimensional effect that conveys extreme visual depth.
Thanks to the format of the large thin slabs, the joints are also reduced to a minimum, producing a uniform, impeccable, seamless result.