Luxury hotel in Okinawa

Resort located in the unique village of Onna, in Kaigan Quasi-National Park, in a place of picturesque beauty on the coast of Okinawa. For the roof of this hotel complex we have opted for the tradition and elegance provided by the Mixed Tile in Brown. The following video shows the construction process of the resort: […]

aesthetic functionality

This is a single-family house designed with an excellent thermal quality in the use of the materials used in the building envelope. The pitched roof, executed with Mixed ceramic roof tile in the design of this project, was necessary to benefit from its thermal behaviour, thus reducing the demand for cooling and heating. Other factors […]

Bondi Beach Pavillion

The cultural significance of Bondi Beach’s iconic Bondi Pavilion warranted decades of setbacks in its proposed restoration. Now a modern multi-purpose community and cultural center, every aspect of the 1920s building fabric was upgraded. In one of the restoration’s most eye-catching features, playful bursts of colour pop amongst the terracotta roofing, using approximately 33,000 Bristile […]

The Cerdera

Ecofriendly construction from cero. The materials used in this project are based on the noble wood of the floor and ceiling, and on the rest of the materials, achieving a very warm and cosy atmosphere. The roof is covered with La Escandella roof tiles, providing a sustainable and natural material, as they do not have […]

An enjoyable home

This project, located in south-eastern Australia, combines the minimalist style of the façade with the curvature and craftsmanship of the Mixed Roof Tile. Ceramic tiles bring longevity and durability to projects that, as in this case, need to withstand high temperatures.

Roof tiles surrounded by olive trees

Building created for the storage of olive oil. The shape of the building is inspired by the chapel of a medieval Italian castle, reflecting the origins of the owners. Instead of a mechanically controlled warehouse, this building emulates the way olive oil was stored in the villages of Italy, in caves or underground cellars with […]

The official residence of the Archbishop

The official residence of the Archbishop is in Canberra, at Regatta Point Parks ACT. It was officially opened on 8 April 1930. At the time of its erection, it would have overlooked the valley of the Molonglo river with views to Parliament house to the south. Location: Canberra (Australia) Category: Rehabilitation Type: Emblematic Roof […]