Paris cement tiles in the Archilovers Project of the Year  - Ceramica del Conca

Paris cement tiles in the Archilovers Project of the Year

Paris cement tiles by Ceramica Faetano play a starring role in the renovation by architects Mohamed Keilani and Claudia Famiglietti of a large apartment not far from the old city centre of Monza, elected Project of the Year 2022 by Archilovers. Paris is a collection of small size tiles inspired by the ceramic tradition, which can be used on both floors and walls to provide the distinctive feature of the entire home thanks to its black and white solid colours.

The APT Monza building, dating from the ‘70s/’80s, is characterised by a large glass window in the facade, common to every apartment. Given the fragmented nature of the spaces, in spite of the large floor area available, the architects decided that radical changes were necessary, and redesigned the living zone on an open plan basis. The new interiors created by Open01 Monza offer much greater comfort and enjoy plenty of natural daylight. The various spaces are defined both using materials and through the installation of custom-designed, bespoke features that connect strongly with the floor-to-ceiling window. The golden colour of anodised aluminium is the linking theme of the entire project.

The love of art and architecture of Mohamed Keilani, son of internationally famous Syrian artist Salah Keilani, is almost tangible in every room.  After completing his studies, Mohamed Keilani pursued cultural enrichment blending East and West, in Italy and Syria. In 2005 he founded his design firm, specialising entirely in interior design, for private clients in Italy and abroad, creating projects which all share a unifying theme: uncluttered spaces, ample lighting and warm moods.

The living area of APT Monza is styled with warm materials and widespread use of anodised aluminium, contrasting with a forest green backdrop that defines the passages and the direction of the light.

In the bedrooms and bathrooms the Bercy Nero decor, 20x20 cm, from the Ceramica Faetano Paris cement tile collection, frames fine paintings and designer furnishings. These include the MAD CHAIR by Marcel Wanders for Poliform, the OMBRA chair by Piero Lissoni for Lema, the ALAMO table by David Lopez Quincoces and the Flos and Artemide lamps. An impressive collection of antique books plays an eye-catching role, while the colour green appears on all the walls and also on the ceiling in some rooms.

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