To cover the Ta-kumi restaurant recently built in Marbella, Spain, Paco Lago Interioriza architectural studio chose the FORM collection by Ceramica Sant’Agostino, a porcelain stoneware slab that reproduces the concrete formwork effect with surprising realism. In the colour Cement, size 60×180 cm, the FORM slabs dialogue perfectly with the dark grey notes of the walls and the warm tone of the wood of the furnishings, giving a refined, warm and elegant atmosphere.
Ceramica Sant’Agostino, with its strong roots in the territory and more than fifty years of history, represents an international company that, although with a mentality decidedly projected towards the future, has been able to preserve its values and entrepreneurial traditions intact. The company has always concentrated its stylistic and technological research on coherent projects aimed at guaranteeing the highest quality materials. The high aesthetic content and the high technical performance of its products are the result of distinctive choices that have led the brand to make its own unmistakable mark on the world ceramics scene. For more information visit www.ceramicasantagostino.it.
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