A spectacular villa with an ultra-modern design immersed in the green of the city of Budapest. Spread over two levels, the residence sets itself apart for a look having intense chromatic contrasts, where geometries and lines strongly characterise both the outside and the inside.
The ventilated façade of the villa is signed Lea Ceramiche with the Absolute collection, which gives the outer structure the maximum chromatic balance with the Total Black and Grey Flow solution of the Waterfall collection for a high-impact aesthetic effect. Indoors, for the realisation of the staircase that leads to the second floor, Waterfall was instead chosen. This collection is inspired by slate and proposed in the Dark Flow shade. For the two master bathrooms, the Nest and Delight collections have been chosen: the first characterised by a series of triangles and hexagons that have allowed the designer to invent new aesthetic paradigms; the second, thanks to its marble effect and the incredible realism, is able to give the room an allure of luxury and seduction, placing the candour of the venato bianco next to the depth of the marquina nero.