Mt. Eliza Residence

Applicazione Progetto

20mm, Installation with adhesive


Private houses

Project by

Caisson Architects



Mount Eliza, an exclusive seaside location in Mornington, Australia, is home to the Mt. Eliza Residence, a modern architectonic complex designed by the Caisson Architects firm and which sits perfectly in the surrounding landscape, where it exudes elegance, luminosity and a sense of hospitality. The outdoor area, where you can relish a break with a poolside view, leads onto the interiors of the residence, characterised by large windows that confer a luminous and spacious feel upon rooms.

Residence interiors and exteriors are made from ceramic products by Panaria Ceramica. Sunrise from the Horizon collection has been selected for interiors, from the kitchen to the hall, with a thickness of 9.5 mm, inspired by the elegant nuances of marble and granite textures, to create a product that transcends the interpretation of nature and generates a unique effect, with a contemporary style characterised by a refined and innovative aesthetic effect. Enriched by delicate contrast veining that exalts the tonalities of the material, Horizon generates an enveloping sensation, suitable for all kinds of spaces. The structured finishing with a 20 mm thickness has been used for outdoor flooring, in the 45x90 cm size, for indoor-outdoor continuity. Horizon is also a part of the PROTECT® range, high-performance antibacterial porcelain floor and wall tiles with a real antibacterial silver ion shield incorporated within the ceramic product, which eliminates up to 99.9% of bacteria from the surface for healthy, safe and protected interiors.

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