Stobo Castle, Peebleshire
The luxury spa complex at Stobo Castle hotel showcases A De Cecco’s expertise in fixing mosaics to the various shapes of a building, including its curved walls. Its quality finish illustrates the team’s craftsmanship, with the various mediums in this view of the sauna relaxation area – which shows mosaics, ceramic tiles and marble. The relaxation area also features a polished tile floor and skirting, with mosaics above – yet another example of A De Cecco’s vast experience.
The works undertaken at Stobo Castle are among the most impressive of A De Cecco’s large portfolio of prestigious hotel contracts, which have also included the Stakis Dunkeld House Hotel, St Andrews Bay Hotel and The Old Course Hotel.
Govan Mural, Govan Housing Association
With over 70 years’ experience in mosaics Govan Housing Association and leading ceramic artist, Marion Brandis, chose A De Cecco to prepare from loose cubes onto paper, this mural of Govan Milestone which consists of 5 murals covering an area of 391m2. This unique project involved A De Cecco’s extensive specialist tile experience from conception, planning and execution, using 25 different colours.
Glasgow Central Station
Another great example of A De Cecco’s mosaic experience shown at its best in Glasgow's Central Station. Here, a landscape design, by Miss Jude Burk Hauser, commissioned in 1990 in the City's Year of Culture, has been used to make a pleasant and eye-catching feature out of an otherwise featureless ramp way wall.
Hotel Missoni, Edinburgh
Hotel Missoni, which is the first of its kind in Scotland, is tiled to the highest standards to meet the expectations of The Rezidor Hotel Group and A De Cecco Ltd. The spectacular hotel entrance was tiled using mosaic and was carried out by A De Cecco's highly trained workmen.
Exclusive fishing lodge, River Dee
A De Cecco was involved in a unique project for a high-end fishing lodge on the River Dee, creating a show-stopping entrance with a magnificent mosaic leaping salmon. Carried out under the supervision of current managing director, Alberto De Cecco, the project was a completed with the involvement of Perthishire’s Strathallan School’s art department. With all tiles and material supplied by A De Cecco, through its work on the project, the school was able earn funds towards the installation of a new photography lab.