“Our tiles beautify the home and fill it with a special lifestyle” – this is the powerful credo of Villeroy&Boch Tiles. Rightly so, as the CENTURY UNLIMITED series impressively demonstrates in a modern residential building in Luxembourg, where the entrance and hallway area, kitchen and bathrooms were designed with the high-quality porcelain stoneware series: the clear, even purist architecture of the house combines with the historical inspired ceramics to create a fascinating mix of old and new.

Villa in Luxembourg 

CENTURY UNLIMITED from Villeroy&Boch gives modern architecture historical ambience

From the wealth of almost limitless design possibilities that the CENTURY UNLIMITED design concept offers, this high-quality villa features tiles with brightly colored variants to create individual patterns. The connecting elements are the expressive color indigo and the ornamental decors that were used in all areas.

In the spacious bathroom with an open shower area and bathtub, the fine blue was combined with light gray and white tones, giving the room a harmonious feel-good atmosphere. On the floor, a tiled carpet with a runner successfully interprets the traditional laying in a contemporary way. The shower and bathtub areas are plain blue. The shower area is floor-level with mosaics and the bathtub surround is with large-format basic tiles.

The color concept of the hallway and kitchen is reinforced by the warm cotto color. The elaborate floor design makes full use of the exciting contrast between minimalist furnishings and lavishly decorated porcelain stoneware tiles. A special highlight: Decorated and undecorated areas are “swapped” in the guest toilet. The pattern tiles are laid here on the wall, the plain-colored ones on the floor. This creates a surprising wow effect.

The CENTURY UNLIMITED tile series combines a current cotto-cement look with decors that are inspired by the historic Mettlach tiles from the 19th century. The modern tile concept includes matt porcelain stoneware base tiles in up to three formats and nine colors as well as matching surface decors, which can be laid as both regular patterns and as a random patchwork.


PROJEKTNAME: Villa in Luxemburg

ORT: Luxemburg, Luxemburg


BAUHERR: Laure Welter-Becca

ARCHITEKTEN: Simone Hamacher Bispinck

FOTOGRAF: Josef Brockschnieder

PRODUKTE: Century Unlimited Dekoration, Century Unlimited Grundfliese

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