The everlasting architectonic design emphasized by stone exterior walls. Ventilated façade is mounted to the aluminium structure. The name “Vila Elena” is carved into the front façade
The kitchen is of a modern minimalist design with natural stone touches. A granite kitchen countertop with a “satinato” finish provides an everlasting look, underlined by the excellent execution of a drip tray with a fixed basin. The kitchen hob is flush with the countertop. The combination of black and white together with tidy lines looks very neatly.
The unique look is created by a striking stone texture, a mirror finish and precisely formatted by CNC technology. The interesting thing is the combination of two finishes – due to practical reasons, the floor has a “leather” finish, while the large-area tiling is polished.
The entire manor house of Count Palffy, built in 1889 during the Romanticism period, underwent restoration.
The visionary architectonic solution of the villa is emphasized by the combination of various materials and the emphasis on detail.Learn More
Minimalistic design – the elevated mantel of the interior fireplace on the load-bearing steel structure is the dominant part of the room. The hot air duct grille was made by using CNC technology.