Belsize Village: stone, marble and concrete effect for new residential gems

Some places are an enigma, others an explanation. This is the essence of the Belsize Village, the French inspired name of which reveals a sense of magnificence and beauty. The Village is located in London’s Camden Town, where the charming semi-detached houses have been the home of personalities such as Tim Burton and the Gallagher Brothers, and have now become particularly desirable places to live.  At the heart of the district, ten new apartments designed by Godfrey London Details have been created as an expression of the luxury and artistic mastery of the multi-award winning interior designer Poggenpohl.

Here, Portraits stone-effect porcelain stoneware by Caesar, installed outdoors in the 60x 60 cm size and Faro colour, represents the ever-changing beauty of nature whilst granting the maximum freedom of design. The culture of Made in Italy material that distinguishes Caesar has also been chosen for some of the bathroom furnishings, in particular the elegance and  brilliance of Anima marble-effect stoneware, in its Dark Emperador polished version, to give an unmistakable style and details that are never the same. Lastly, the reinterpretation of concrete of the Gate collection, in the subtle Breath colour, has been chosen for tiling the walls of the bathroom with harmony and originality to offer a refined and timeless look.