WE CREATE INNOVATIVE, TAILOR-MADE FLOORS AND HARD LANDSCAPING SURFACES
Creating surfaces for environments that are pleasurable to live and work in is our stock-in-trade. Playing around with the components, using different types of finishing, creating infinite colours and effects: the aesthetic possibilities and the compositional effects of our cladding enable the utmost design freedom for both interiors and exteriors. Minimal or Baroque, country or urban, rustic or modern, natural or high tech; any style can be reproduced by Ideal Work solutions.
Our products have unlimited applications
From houses to gardens, from offices to shops, from shopping centres to factories, from public parks to the city’s avenues, the uses are infinite. Concrete has played an important role in projects such as Padua University’s Botanical Garden and in great architecture like Oscar Niemeyer's Auditorium in Ravello and the Palazzo Grassi in Venice by Tadao Ando.
We can handle your restoration and upgrading projects
Our materials are open to variation and innovation in order to offer flexible, tailor-made solutions: this is our philosophy. Even if there are only a few millimetres or significant thicknesses available, it makes no difference to us. We can create floors and external surfaces that can be adapted to both new and the restoration of existing buildings.
Concrete takes shape in our hands
Concrete is the heart of our products. It is a unique material that is malleable and can be worked in many different forms, original because it can be produced in an infinite variety of colours and durable because it is resistant to wear and tear over time. We call it ‘liquid rock’. The material takes form from the simplest of components and, through our know-how and passion, becomes an innovative and creative material able to clad any surface.
Our workforce of qualified installers
We operate across Europe through a network of specialist, approved installers. The expertise demanded by Ideal Work and its materials requires qualified installers. This is why we believe strongly in the importance of training and updating our installers in order to always be able to offer you the best result.
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The Ideal Work Printed Floor covers the external area of the Museum’s new building
Ideal Work covers the Messner Mountain Museum designed by Zaha Hadid. Concrete effect Nuvolato Floor for the museum’s interiors.
Discover first-hand the beauty of decorative concrete worked in different ways and used in diverse contexts
Ideal Work is sponsoring the restoration of the coat-of-arms of Cosimo II de’ Medici, and chose Gatto to illustrate the sheet covering the works.
With Architop, it is possible to recreate the beauty of Nuvolato, Acid Stain or broom/brush finished internal and external flatwork, working with very low thicknesses (3-4 mm).
Ideal Work coats the floors of the LOVE IT space, the Iran pavilion and other areas inside EXPO 2015.
Nuvolato surfaces for the restoration of Teatrino Palazzo Grassi by Tadao Ando
Ideal Work finance the restoration of one section of St. Mark's Basilica in Venice.
The new website completely dedicated to our most innovative and “smart” solution is now online: check out our Microtopping website.
This is such a beautiful, elegant and cozy place that once you are in, you would like your house, your office, your shop or even your historic centre to be floored like Ideal Work's showroom.
A partnership based on a shared philosophy and common values. Both for Ideal Work and for Eqiom, the central figure and key factor in the success of decorative concrete solutions is the installer.
Padua's botanical gardens, the oldest university gardens in the world, were recently restored and extended using the most innovative technology.
Continuity for spaces, ductility of use and the colour range made Microtopping the perfect solution to emphasise the design objects contained in an architectural studio, created from the demolition and reconstruction of an old building, located in the province of Treviso.