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Attention to detail and colour shades

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Attention to detail and colour shades

In this modern Belgian flat, Marazzi’s The Top Grande Marble Look Altissimo collection of large slabs, which reinterprets large multi-hued marble with sophisticated veining using advanced technologies, was selected in the Kortessem flat to give the surfaces a more seamless effect

The flat, located in a recently constructed building in a residential area of Kortessem, a small town in the Flemish province of Belgian Limburg, has a stylish, minimalist design. Square geometric elements with well-proportioned and optimised spaces are among the main features of this flat, which is furnished with contemporary furniture and accessories in light colours and wood varieties that match the shades of the textured surfaces selected throughout the project.

The kitchen, illuminated by a large window, consists of a central island and full-height fitted units in white lacquered wood and natural wood, complete with tops made using large porcelain stoneware slabs from Marazzi’s The Top Marble Look Altissimo collection with a Satin finish in the 162x324 cm size and 12 mm thickness, which, thanks to advanced technology, reinterprets classic marble with a variety of veining and colours, giving the surfaces a special appeal.

The timeless elegance, glossy and matt surfaces, thin thickness and eight different choices of marble reproduced in large-size stoneware are specifically designed for creating tops, backsplashes, tables, doors and infinite tailor-made furnishing options for residential and commercial spaces. Large porcelain stoneware slabs from The Top Marble Look Altissimo were also chosen for the bathroom, adjacent to the bedroom, to create the top of the bathroom unit with built-in washbasins and for the entire large shower wall, producing a seamless tactile and chromatic effect.


Project developed in partnership with Artimar

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