The Aleja shopping centre was constructed with materials of the very highest quality. Ceramica Fondovalle was chosen to cover the interiors of the delicatessen sector of the Interspar hypermarket with concrete effect porcelain stoneware tiles from the Portland collection, in Lassen colour and 120x60 size.
Thanks to the striking patterning which resembles hand-trowelled concrete, the overall visual impact is extremely attractive. The simple, neutral colour adds value to the location, transforming the area into a small corner to be savoured with the eyes.
ALEJA shopping centre
New build/ Public locations
The modern Aleja shopping centre stands in the Šiška district of Ljubljana (Slovenia). Opened in 2020, the building has an impressive commercial floor area of 32,000 m² and comprises 80 shops, restaurants, service providers and leisure facilities (the roof, for example, houses catering services and a leisure and sports zone of 6,200 m² for walks, sports and adventure).
The entire building is a real homage to the city of Ljubljana: on the exterior, the diamond-shaped stainless-steel tiles combine with the security double glazing to produce the shapes of the scales of a dragon, the symbol of the city.
Cradle of the Slavic civilisation, melting pot of different cultures, bridge between the East and the West, today the city boasts an infinite array of both cultural and panoramic attractions. From Saint Sophia Cathedral to Saint Michael’s Monastery, through to the best known districts like Podil, Kyiv never ceases to amaze and is also home to numerous parks and important museums.
The city is also the location of the private Dobrobut clinics, jewel in the crown of the local health service, which consist of 12 medical centres qualified in accordance with modern international standards. Equipped with all the latest technologies, the Dobrobut Clinics are modern and welcoming facilities.
And it was in one of these facilities that the allure and functionality of Ceramica Fondovalle branded products was chosen to elegantly furnish some of the internal spaces of the building.Planeto
Fluid lines and attractive designs: the luxury motorhomes of the Belgian STX brand exude a refined mix of elegance and flair. Distinctive for their sporty and dynamic appeal, the interiors of STX vehicles are what really captivate travellers. Inspired by exclusive yachts, every item of decor in these mobile homes has a bright and welcoming Scandinavian feel that will make you feel right at home, wherever you may be.
The strong contrast between the robustness of the exterior and the delicacy of the interiors makes these vehicles authentic luxury homes on wheels, their living spaces filled with leather, carbon fibre, select woods and sumptuous high-end fabrics.
In such an innovative designer setting, Ceramica Fondovalle was brought in to add a touch of glamour to the kitchen area and bathrooms of various STX motorhomes.
The common denominator of this partnership, shared by the various types of vehicles, is the use of marble-effect porcelain stoneware from the Infinito 2.0 collection, applied in various sizes and colours according to the style of the motorhome. In fact, the marble-effect products of the Infinito 2.0 collection boast different textures, criss-crossed by veins of different widths which showcase their natural and precious appearance.Infinito 2.0
Private residence Verona
At the foot of an ancient Roman gateway, known as "Porta Leoni", this historically and architecturally rich home is located in the heart of the city of Verona.
Careful restoration has allowed the installation of modern, functional facilities.
The internal spaces have been reworked to modernise the various areas and make them brighter, creating a large open space in the central area of the house.Action
Scheiblhofer THE RESORT
Located at Andau (Austria), the modern Scheiblhofer THE RESORT offers its customers exclusive wellbeing experiences, family plans and fine wining and dining focused on regional products.
The resort, designed by famous architect Arkan Zeytinoglu, embodies the concepts and values of sustainable architecture, protection of the natural environment and energy saving. In fact, the design includes the creation of a garden – where the fruit, vegetables and herbs grown are then used in the kitchen – and a “wine trail” to create continuity between the hotel and the environment.Portland
Les Jardins de Madeleine
In the north-eastern tip of France on the west bank of the Rhine river, near the border with Germany and Switzerland lies Alsace, a crossover of cultures which is one of the smallest but also most fascinating regions of France.
Bernardvillé extends along the legendary Route des Vins, or the Wine Route, in a natural, perfectly preserved panoramic route consisting of 170 km of vineyards. In this area stands the Domaine Les jardins de Madeleine wine estate.Komi