In a medieval monastery the stone effect of Del Conca
In the Middle Ages it was a priory, a satellite monastery for the cathedral of Angoulême which also served as a prison and tax house, after the 14th century the building became a private house.
For the renovation of this medieval building in Juillac-le-Coq, in southwest France, stone effect surfaces were specifically requested for the pool area, the central part of the historic outdoor area.
The pool is made of green Indonesian stone and the River Stone collection by Ceramica del Conca characterized by a dense network of veins that intertwine on the deep grey background as if it were the stratified fabric of the mountain. The stone effect texture harmonizes perfectly with the surrounding nature, instilling peace of mind and body.