Ultrashield® by Déco composite wood is confirmed as the solution that architects choose to redevelop and enhance the outdoor spaces of prestigious residences. This is the case of Villa Ester, overlooking the splendid setting of the Gulf of Catania, recently renovated by Deodati Associati.
The contemporary residence, location for events, with refined minimal architecture, is characterized by the stylistic continuum between interiors and exteriors.
The open space, defined by a spectacular swimming pool, lounge area and green areas, takes up the clear lines of the project with the particularity of interspersing different fine finishes.
Among these, installed in various areas of the garden, we find the Ultrashield® decking, chosen in the reduced joint system with Antique finish which, with its typical gray veins, integrates perfectly into the environment, giving the advantages of composite wood, a pleasant aesthetic effect and the warmth of natural wood, even to the touch.
Furthermore, thanks to the versatility of the Twix® Classic modular cladding with slatted effect, also in Ultrashield®, the architects created a wooden “frame” around some olive trees, thus further characterizing the green area.
In fact, thanks to the family of Ultrashield® by Déco composite wood solutions, it is possible to create infinite design choices that combine an important aesthetic value with latest generation technical characteristics.
All Ultrashield® profiles are coated with a special polymeric shield, extruded together with the internal product mix, which protects the plank making it durable, immune to color variations over time and resistant to scratches and stains. Furthermore, these coatings are not afraid of any external aggression, natural, environmental or chemical, and withstand up to 25 years after installation, without the need for maintenance.
In line with the Deco philosophy, Ultrashield® is a family of eco-sustainable solutions: the wood flour that composes them is made from recycled shavings and is therefore zero impact on deforestation and the component in HDPE (high density polyethylene) is a completely bio-decomposable PVC substitute.
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