Surrounded by the idyllic setting of the Croatian archipelago, on the East cost of the island of Brač, one finds Villa Mika, an elegant private villa in which time seems to have stopped and where peace reigns in complete harmony with the environment. For the Villa's centre of gravity, namely the terrace with its refined appearance, the excellent performance of the In&Out Percorsi Extra collection by Ceramiche Keope, reference company in the production of porcelain stoneware, has been chosen.
Characterised by a modern and carefully crafted design, the villa, designed by the architect Tamara Skelin, distinguishes itself by virtue of the masterful use of the In&Out Percorsi Extra collection: an eclectic and surprisingly resistant solution that, thanks to the natural texture of stone, gives the villa a refined and timeless atmosphere. Thanks to the capacity of the Pietra di Vals finish to elegantly define spaces, the solution proves to be ideal for the terrace, where ceramics become the key players of the architectural project owing to their authentic interpretation of a natural material.
ARCHITECT: Mrs. Tamara Skelin
PHOTO CREDITS: Ali Relata – Studio Ali
The In&Out Percorsi Extra collection, used here in its 30x60cm structured size, brings out the best of the infinity pool, with its crystalline water, where one can enjoy the view of a splendid panorama. The use of K2 slabs (20 mm thick) offers the extraordinary possibility of installation dry directly on gravel, sand or glass so that one can take advantage of paving that can be walked on immediately. But the real added advantage of these products lies in their technological heart. In fact, these lines have a high resistance to loads and stress; they are frost-proof, non-slip, fire-retardant, they resist chemicals and atmospheric agents and are also easy to clean: technical properties that remain stable over time.