Small but full of life, provincial but steeped in history, and filled with tourist attractions, Tartu is held to be the 'spiritual' capital of Estonia and is also home to one of the oldest universities in Northern Europe, with students making up one seventh of the city's population.
Tartu - Estonia
Restructuring – Recreativity and sociality (restaurants, bars and discos)
floorings – coverings
Kristi Prinzmann (DokoInterior); Anne Määrmann (Bob)
Tartu is a very compact city, with most of its tourist attractions and restaurants located along a couple of parallel streets. It is here that Lucky Loore, a luxury venue offering traditional bar games, is located.
It is an original and stylish haunt, whose exclusive interior design (the result of a recent renovation) has made the various areas in the bar even more modern and welcoming. Fondovalle’s contribution has further enhanced the spaces, through the choice of a contemporary collection that carefully combines the technology and innovation of porcelain stoneware with the traditional prestige of Venetian Terrazzo tile.
Shards Large Black, the product chosen for the floors and walls of Lucky Loore, takes a great Italian classic and gives it a contemporary ceramic twist.
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
Central Bus Station
The Central Bus Station (CBS) in Sofia, Bulgaria is the main station in the area, a primary hub for national and regional transit. Built in 2004, it covers a total area of over 7,000 m2.Portland
Habituè – Vin&Cuisine
In the centre of Nola, a small town in the province of Naples and a historical, cultural, and commercial centre, a particularly captivating restaurant has opened its doors for the first time.
Habituè - Vin & Cuisine has combined transformations in taste and architecture, in a location which began life as an apartment on the first floor of an eighteenth-century building near Piazza del Duomo.Infinito 2.0 Res art
ALEJA shopping centre in Ljubljana
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.Portland
OCEAN beyond blue & fregio spot
In this modern, welcoming café-cum-ice cream shop, the quality philosophy applied to the ice cream offered to customers also extends to the style and design of the eat-in area, which includes 95m2 of indoors space and a 63m2 outdoor area for the summer months.Infinito 2.0 Shards