Situated close to the junction of Lacul Tei Bdul. with Doamna Ghica Street, the Ghika Palace is one of the oldest buildings in Bucarest. The palace is a compendium of architectural styles ranging from classic Italian to French Renaissance. Elegant and refined, it houses important artistic works and sculptures, such as the paintings of Giacometti.
Ceramica Rondine was responsible for the interior flooring. The collection chosen was Naturalia: tiles that draw their inspiration from American walnut floorboards. The ideal solution for creating warm, welcoming atmospheres in each area of the sumptuous palace.