location: George, Western Cape | architect: Eddie da Silva Architects and Bespoke Design | photography: Melanie Mare | hard surfaces: Stiles

This contemporary home in George is an exercise in coastal practicality, in synch with aesthetically considered architecture and interior design.  As is often the case, in such environs, finishes are vital and here the architects chose to use the latest state-of-the-art materials.

The floor specification is known as the MONCIBEC-One Range – Gris-Antislip. It’s a ceramic material that meets the aesthetics of cement resin; i.e. a solid and technical material like porcelain stoneware, but with the soft appearance of a resin.

MONCIBEC-One has a dense colour and is applied by spatula to dress walls and floors, and it boasts a colour shading that is barely visible. However, its tactility I sufficient to provide the feel of a living material: moulded, uniform and smooth with only a hint of spatula streaking.

An extremely modern design choice that makes use of the most advanced technology, One is a collection conceived to serve every purpose of 2019 design. Its colour range introduces style and versatility, while its wide variety of formats provides multiple installation solutions for both indoor and outdoor spaces. Also illustrated as a suitable foil for these peerless floors is a cladding called EARTH-BOGGOMS Building Rock

visit: www.stiles.co.za


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