Cambridge House, the British school located in the town of Rocafort, Valencia, has undergone a major refurbishment, using porcelain gres from Pamesa, yet still retains the essence of its stimulating educational environment. The project, designed by the architecture and construction firm Tonda, prioritised the durability, beauty and functionality offered by Pamesa’s products.
The series Talent, which reproduces the aesthetic beauty of cement in porcelain gres, was chosen for the building’s facade. 60 x 120 centimetre pieces in the colour tortora combine to highlight the fascinating architectural interest of the school’s main building.
For the inside of the British school’s facilities, the choice of Provenza porcelain gres lends a sense of continuity throughout the buildings. The series’ large format (75 x 75 centimetres) gives the finishing touch to a refined aesthetic in prominently neutral shades.
Provenza’s versatility makes it an ideal choice for all types of interiors, creating harmony and design in this timeless project, in which guaranteed long-term resistance and durability, easy cleaning and low maintenance were priority concerns.
The range of tones selected, perla, inspires elegance and serenity, and at the same time gives a feeling of spaciousness, guaranteeing an ideal atmosphere for successful learning.
The technical specifications of the materials and finishes used in this project meet all the demands of this school, whose underlying ideology is to provide an educational environment that is also a warm, welcoming and caring home for its community.