Lasa Metalli, established in 1961, has decided to go for a new look and to renovate its headquarters in Modena. The owner's clear aim was to create a structure that differed from others on an architectural level, while giving due importance, not only to aesthetics, but also to functionality and the work requirements of the location. The challenge facing the architect consisted in using an industrial structure, composed of prefabricated panels, and giving it the appearance of masonry. The architect chose Casamood ceramic tiles to create a showcase capable of enhancing the products and at the same time providing a new baths and offices design with bright, open space, free of walls and architectural constraints, thus creating a more comfortable and relaxing work environment. In particular, the decision to use Neutra porcelain tile flooring came from the desire to obtain a single, even surface that enhances the sense of spatial continuity between the various environments, and between the interior and the exterior.
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