Casa Crotta, probably once a hunting lodge built by a Venetian noble family, features on the official regional list of Venetian villas. The state of conservation of the building required significant work in order to preserve its functionality, and a number of architectural elements were created ex novo, in addition to the purely conservative restoration work. Two bathrooms were created on the ground and first floors, and for the wall coverings of the bathrooms, the architect Massimo Galeotti chose the Cementine_1 and Cementine_3 (CEMENTINE20) in Fioranese porcelain stoneware, for decorations able to blend perfectly even in redeveloped settings.

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