The NYSKA residence in Wroclaw, Poland is a newly developed infrastructure with numerous amenities designed by architect Michal Romanowski. Residents have access to shops, gardens and parks, public transport stations, Poland's Aquapark, along with proximity to the University of Economics and the Clinical Hospital in Wroclaw. Residential units have high ceilings, natural air ventilation, and smart home installations. To complement NYSKA's modern features, Tubadzin's porcelain tiles are used for floor, wall, and stair cladding throughout various interior spaces.
Porcelain Tiles - Grand Cave and Pietrasanta
In the NYSKA residence, the Grand Cave and Pietrasanta porcelain tile collections from Tubadzin are used in circulation hallways. Grand Cave and Pietrasanta are both parts of Tubadzin's Monolith section, meaning they are designed as large format tiles making it easier to cover expansive surface areas such as in the NYSKA residence.
- Grand Cave porcelain tiles are inspired by the natural look of granite and stone, with tiles available in three shades of grey and a matte finish.
- Pietrasanta porcelain tiles feature elegant marble patterns in a white background and grey veining, with matte and polished finishes.
|Location ||Wroclaw, Poland |
|Architect ||Michal Romanowski |
|Year ||2022 |
|Products used ||Tubadzin Grand Cave and Pietrasanta porcelain tiles |