Choosing wall textures satisfying both aesthetic and functional needs
Selecting the most suitable wall covering is a choice that may involve both interior design and architecture expertises because it has to satisfy both aesthetic and functional needs. Indeed, this kind of finishes have to create spaces that are in harmony with the overall interior design as well as the approach and the requirements of the building design.
They're not just wall coverings but multi-functional walls that must be able to satisfy several criteria: in the "Courtyard house of stone" project by Studio 4e, our " traccia" wall from the "Muri di Pietra" collection (1) is a self-supporting partition that ensures open yet well defined living spaces. This multifunctional wall designs the space to grant the inhabitants' privacy without obstructing the natural light filtering through the floor-to-ceiling glass windows. At the same time, the multi-functional wall cladding perfectly fits in in the interiors and the surrounding landscape thanks to its elegant texture recalling the Mediterranean and Arabic culture the setting is pervaded with.
In the "Baku Restaurant" project by Archpoint studio (2), our "seta" wall texture complemented by the "Curve Luce" textured lamps decorate and light up the space, fostering the warm and cozy design experience. A similar example can be seen in the Frank Theuerkauf's "THE ROOM" project, featuring the "naos" texture from the "Le Pietre Luminose" collection (3). Each module is provided with an independent LED lighting system (or also available in the fluorescent light version) that makes the normal maintenance practical and easy; this back-lit modular panel enhances the charm of marble and grants the wow factor to the space, even when the back-lighting is off.
The "traccia", "seta" and "naos" wall tiles are just some architectural finishes that may be the perfect solutions for those who want to design a functional and smart environment with a strong and emotional impact.
1. Our "traccia" from the "Muri di Pietra" collection in the "Courtyard house of stone" project by Studio 4e
2. From the "Le Pietre Incise" collection, the "seta" wall texture with the "curve luce" complements in the "Baku Restaurant" project by Archpoint studio.
3. Our "naos" back-lit wall covering from the "Le Pietre Luminose" collection in this Frank Theuerkauf's project: "THE ROOM"