St. Petersburg, Russia
Not far from the Neva River, just a few minutes away from the Peter and Paul Fortress and in close vicinity of the center of St. Petersburg, rises the high-end Mirozdania residential complex.
The architecture of the building borrows from the Art-Déco style: the upper part of the façade is decorated with cornices, pilasters and French balconies.
The two lower floors, as well as the columns of the arcades and passageways are clad with 3 cm thick Jura Cream panels with a honed and brushed surface, which lend the building a friendly and at the same time elegant appearance.
The pieces were manufactured according to cutting lists, the predominant size being 120 x 45 cm.
In the spacious inner courtyard, the warm color shade of the natural stone and its haptically perceptible surface create a comfortable retreat for the residents a pleasant atmosphere.