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“Da Quei Matti” house jungle, cement tiles and bathroom interior design ideas

In Riccione the historic former plant nursery, home to a wide variety of fine botanical species and a rich fauna, also contains the “Da Quei Matti” restaurant, a unique eating-place that stands amidst the trees.

The project, designed by Studio Tognoloni & Partners, references the fast-growing House Jungle trend in interior design and furnishings, especially for bathrooms.

The men’s and women’s toilets are dominated by vegetation, which grows up from the floor and on the ceiling and blends attractively with the chosen bathroom furnishings and finishes, which include the Ceramica Faetano Frammenti and London ceramic tile collections.

Greenery is thus definitely the location’s key feature, not only in the washrooms but also in its other indoor and outdoor areas. Climbing plants occupy and adorn the restaurant dining room, highlighted by choice woods from South America and colourful porcelain stoneware tiles from the Ceramica Faetano  mostly in small and brickwork sizes. The London decor clearly defines the areas where take-away piadina wraps and pizzas are collected.

Da Quei Matti offers all the appeal of tradition, with cement tiles ornamented with floral decoration and geometrical patterns, a mix and match of graphic motifs and colours inspired by the ‘60s and ‘70s. The materials used include the delicate Frammenti glossy brickwork tiles, in the delightful 7.5 x 40 size and in pale pastel shades, the ideal background to emphasise the lush greenery found throughout the restaurant and above all in the toilets.

A contemporary mood that responds to the taste of the future and of young people while still revealing a strong bond with the past. In the women’s toilets the pan-shaped copper washbasins stand on a wooden bench with chrome-plated siphon in clear view. The tap fittings are tall and curved, while the backlit round mirrors are mounted on glossy brickwork tiles installed in the vertical position. Climbing plants, mosses and ferns cover the wall right up to the ceiling. In the men’s toilet the brick tiles are pink, an unconventional choice contrasting with the use of blue in the women’s washrooms. In this case the washbasins rest on a cylinder and the mirrors are on the neighbouring wall, where a fountain surrounded by greenery provides a cooling effect and a gentle stream-like murmur.

The historic Cicchetti Arboretum, a real green lung a short stroll from Viale Ceccarini, dates from 1909 and occupies an area of 13,000 m2. Initially a plant nursery and only transformed into an arboretum in the ‘90s, when it was transferred to public ownership, it is named after the well-known family of gardeners and landscape architects who tended and managed it for no fewer than 4 generations. It is thanks to the Cicchetti family that the town of Riccione is often referred to as the “Green Pearl”, because it was conceived as a garden town in perfect Art Nouveau style.

After completion of the redevelopment project, the area is once again an asset to the town, offering the community various activities such as an adventure park, opportunities for meetings with schools and associations on environmental topics to promote “green awareness”, and a location that sets out to make its name as the new frontier in eco-sustainable experiential catering.

 

 

 

 

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