November 10, 2022 | Updated: November 11, 2022


Alberta Residence, Canadian sophistication without limits

The single-family home strikes a unique balance between practicality and high-quality design to make the most of every space

The architectural firm Jackson McCormick Design Group has designed this home with a classic essence and contemporary determination where the application of large format porcelain tiles from XTONE® on walls, floors and other elements creates interiors with spectacular impact and character.

The perfect combination of textures and reflections characterises the interior design orchestrated by Paul Lavoie Interior Design in Alberta. The result is an exquisitely refined residence with careful attention to detail, made possible by the work of Barham Contracting, Halo Marble & Tile and Fontile.

From the outside, the marble blocks serve as a prelude to a glazed structure, giving the building a dignified and light feel, thanks to an entrance clad with Butech’s XTONE® C-BOLT system. To preserve privacy and allow natural light to pass through the glass enclosures, large curtains in neutral tones and a light appearance have been used to give a theatrical effect to the ensemble.

Once inside the Alberta Residence, the large-format XTONE® porcelain tile model inundates the different rooms, as the flooring used in living rooms, corridors, bedrooms and bathrooms. At the same time, the Arabescato marble model is used as cladding for fireplaces and double heights, captivating all eyes with distinctive grey veins that stand out against a bright white background.

Contrast interior design

The interior design features glossy black lacquered furniture in the kitchen, dining room and dressing room, which contrasts with the white veining of the wall tiles. The chrome finishes on the profiles and handles add an extra touch of sophistication. In contrast to the black and white pairing, touches of colour in shades of blue and burgundy make their presence felt in textiles, wall coverings and decorative objects.

The use of glossy marble in hallways creates an enveloping atmosphere where boundaries are blurred, emphasised and their luminosity increased. In the living room, a greater sense of retreat has been sought, playing with different textures and materials, while introducing touches of colour in blue tones, which harmonise with the XTONE® porcelain, used on the top of the made-to-measure table.

The more intimate character of the master bedroom translates into a monochromatic space where neutral tones such as white and grey prevail. Metallic finish details and the use of mirrors create an attractive interplay of shine and sparkle, in combination with Porcelanosa’s decorative wall tiles.

See it in Projects Porcelanosa.

Architecture: Jackson Mccormick Design Group

Developer: Fontile

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