Residential complex in Jeddah Caesar Ceramics USA, Tiles, slabs and technical solutions

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Residential complex in Jeddah

Situata lungo le sponde del mar Rosso, Jeddah è la seconda città più grande della nazione che è diventata il crocevia dei flussi economici degli ultimi anni: l’Arabia Saudita. Fascino orientale e alta qualità ceramica si fondono in un complesso residenziale di Jeddah.

Located on the coast of the Red Sea, Jeddah is the second-largest city of the country that has become the crossroads of many commercial flows over the last years: Saudi Arabia. Here, surrounded by desert dunes and beaches caressed by turquoise water, one may find dream homes expressing all the culture and charm of the Middle East. Oriental charm and top quality ceramic material meet in a residential complex in Jeddah. In particular the changes in color of the Trace collection by Ceramiche Caesar have been chosen for the floor and cladding of the outdoor swimming pools in a complex of four guest villas designed by UDG (Urban Design Group) as extension of an existing villa recently completed by the same firm. UDG is an interior design and architecture firm established in Jeddah by Veronica Kappes and Omar Abudawood, with expertise in high end residential, commercial, retail, and beauty projects. The narrow plot by the Red Sea is used by the designer, the chief architect Vincenzo Provenzano, in a way to give to all the villas a privileged view of the sea: two villas, of one floor each, are right by the beach with their private pools and the remaining two villas follow right behind on an artificial hill that hides all the technical facilities. In this case the private pools are located on the first floor, as a special place where to enjoy beautiful sunsets. The metal effect of the Mint colour, in sizes 60x60 and 30x30 cm, along with customised cutting and the Cover 30x60 cm decoration, give the outdoor spaces an artisanal appeal, whilst maintaining an extremely modern and cosmopolitan design concept.

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