As part of a comprehensive renovation of a mansion was created this unique bathroom project. The bathroom acquires clear structures through its modular center, which combines shower, cabinet, tub and washstand. The timeless charm of the oasis of well-being is provided by the combination of wood and the hard stone Breccia Imperiale.
The dark brown hard rock, which is usually included in the group of quartzites, is a cataclasite. Due to its origin, the fault zone rock has a fine veining, which is sometimes interspersed with white lime veins. The decorative natural stone is very durable and ideal for high-traffic areas, such as kitchens, bathrooms and showers.
The large-format floor tiles and wall coverings were manufactured in mirror cut, so that the grain gives a unique image.
The floor-level shower, clad all around in natural stone, is an absolute eye-catcher thanks to the large-format shower wall panels and the few joints, and is also very easy to clean. The largely closed structure of the natural stone shower proves to be a comfortable retreat and intimate relaxation zone.
The “back-to-nature” feeling, or the general longing for wilderness, is satisfied by the look of the forest-colored Breccia Imperiale and the solid feel of the “leathered” surface.
Bathtub cladding and washbasin were individually planned and cut to size. However, due to the lack of stability of the material, the great art was in the assembly. Although the hard stone Breccia Imperiale is a very hard and chemically robust rock, it is also very fragile due to its formation! Once the natural stone is installed, this risk is virtually a thing of the past.
Come to our exhibition and let us advise you! We will be happy to show you the advantages and disadvantages of the diverse world of natural stone and help you implement your project.