Located just outside the centre of the Lombard capital, South Garage is a boutique devoted to the motorcycling world that brings together a wide range of high-end products. Panaria Ceramica contributed to the creation of this exclusive store, which combines aesthetic research and craftsmanship.
The project curated by architect Christian Fenouil – CHR Architects features Panaria Ceramica porcelain stoneware surfaces, chosen for all the floors in the space.
In particular, the designers selected the Nuance wood-effect collection in the 30x120 cm format Tabac version. Inspired by the simplicity and warmth of wood, Nuance lends an elegant and distinctly contemporary appearance to the environment. In perfect harmony with the boutique’s values and taste, Panaria ceramic tiles reinterpret the strong and bold wood grain through a combination of different types of oak.
The design studio also used ceramics from the Horizon stone-effect collection in the dark Storm 90x90 cm format, which draws inspiration from elegant shades of marble and from the texture of granite, creating a versatile product with a strong aesthetic impact.
Thanks to their high resistance to impact, abrasion and bending, Nuance and Horizon are ideal for commercial and public spaces where aesthetics and design must be combined with the outstanding technical performance of porcelain stoneware.
The Nuance and Horizon collections also enjoy the protection of PROTECT®: an antibacterial shield incorporated in the ceramic product, which eliminates up to 99.9% of bacteria from the surface. To finally experience spaces and surfaces with complete freedom and serenity.
The result is a constantly protected surface that guarantees impeccable hygiene and that is not altered by use or weather conditions.
Protect® antibacterial surfaces are recommended for home environments, as well as airports, shopping centres and schools, busy environments that require strict controls against the spread of bacteria.
Photo Credits - Gianni Dotti
Dealer: CASAOIKOS S.p.A.
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12022 Busca (CN)