Cinema Ideal - Torino - Italy
The Ideal Cinema in Corso Beccaria, Turin, near Piazza Statuto, was redeveloped in 2001 with FMG Fabbrica Marmi e Graniti floors.
The historic building is particularly interesting "for the city, as a unique example of ’40s architecture by Ottorino Aloisio".
Today the Ideal has 5 cinemas with maxi screens and all comforts, with the highest standards of vision and sound, for an entertainment experience designed to offer cinema-goers the very best.
The renovation by architect E. Comoglio focused right from the start on respecting both the interior and exterior of the original building.
The choice of FMG floors in marble-effect Nero Marquinia and Statuario Venato is part of the aim of reinterpreting traditional spaces in a contemporary way.
Nero Marquinia and Statuario Venato are some of FMG’s best known and finest porcelain slabs, with the best technical and aesthetic features of high-tech porcelain.
Extremely resistant to foot traffic and shocks, scratches, stains and chemicals, FMB tiles are ideal for areas with high pedestrian traffic that are frequently cleaned and maintained daily.
Their resistance to wear and tear allows them to maintain the aesthetic features of a material like fine marble, for an overall image that is both classic and modern.