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The touch of the architect Clelia Pascale was incisive especially in the perspective effects of cross-sections and openings, and in the continuous use of geometric references to harmonize the rooms: for example, in the kitchen, the floor, ceiling, accessories and furnishings play with the theme of the circle. And this is where Officina Alviti comes into play: in the creation of these geometric floors that recall the 1950s thanks to the inlays of the graniglia tiles in elegant shades of milk-white mixed with pearl.

CLELIA house

Project by Clelia Pascale e Cristiano Alviti
created by Officina Alviti
with Toma Vasile


Graniglia tiles with brass inserts

The coherence and uniformity of the lines that harmonize the environments, suggest that it is the result of a clever and well-planned architectural and decorative project.

Precious brass inlays divide this floor into elegant geometric shapes, as if to suggest paths the layout of which highlights the curves of the architectural elements, furnishings, and furniture.