Rearranging the rooms and making the most of space. These were the two main objectives that were sought-after for this project by the designer, Maxim Kamyanin, from the IAM Architecture studio. With wood and stone playing the leading roles in floor tiles and wall tiles alike, this house in Odessa, Russia, shows a natural finish in each of the textures which make up the rooms. Cosmopolitan-styled interiors.
A result achieved by the Oxford Cognac floor tile from Par-Ker in its 14.3x90cm and 22x90cm format. This ceramic parquet by Porcelanosa is present in much of the house, including the bathrooms and the kitchens. Its anti-humidity properties and low porosity provide the typical warmth of the wood with extra resistance and ceramic strength.
In the bathrooms, two ceramic wall tiles from Porcelanosa have been opted for: the Tibet Black and Arizona Antracita models. The elegant finish in natural stone makes it go really well with the floor tiles, the freestanding bathtub and the double basin.
The sensory stimulation produced in each of its areas makes it possible to enjoy every texture and atmosphere. All the pieces present here create a cosy complex of dim and warm lights. Occupant orientated privacy. Immediate disconnection.