Outdoor is becoming one of the new frontiers of experimentation in design.This past year, during which we have spent so much of our time indoors, has ...
Alien-looking landscapes, wonderful beaches, cliffs overlooking the sea, and nature that changes according to which panoramic view. Tenerife is the place of a thousand experiences in one, an island where the eternal spring becomes the perfect place to surround yourself with nature, relax on the beach, climb Mt. Teide, do some shopping, go and see a show, have a walk in the old town.
Located in this heavenly scenery, on the Costa Adeje in the popular resort of El Madronal, is Villa Isotta, a fabulous two-family residence that stands out for its contemporary, welcoming style, consistent with the most innovative design trends.
Within this frame are various Ceramiche Caesar products that have been chosen to elegantly dress some of the internal and external spaces of the building with functionality, creating a continuum of beauty and charm between the indoor and outdoor environments.
And it is for outside that the porcelain stoneware system of perfectly squared and ground monolithic Aextra20 slabs, with a thickness of 20 mm, was chosen to dress the various flooring. Offered in the Faro colour from the Portraits collection with an anti-slip surface finish, Aextra20 is the ideal solution for outdoors, not only for its excellent resistance and durability, but also for the vast array of trim pieces that allow the system to cater to all design needs.
Different material inspirations however, were the protagonists of indoor spaces, where the stone effect of the Portraits series is combined with Inner, through the geometric Tangram decoration, which covered the walls of a bathroom with the emotion and originality of the natural material.
The connection between the interior space and the living space reaches a new level of depth thanks also to the Capri decoration from the Autore collection that is reminiscent of, and revives, the tradition of the Venetian terrace on the internal walls of several of the rooms in Villa Isotta.
The final result is a perfect balance between aesthetic refinement and functional necessity, all under the common denominator of the welcoming spirit that makes the building stand out.