Reinventing travertine marble: the Palatinum and Pisa series

14 November, 2023

Travertine marble is an aesthetic that has transcended the passage of time. The cutting of this particular stone has been decorating spaces with an elegant and natural air for centuries, two characteristics that have allowed it to adapt to the trends of the most contemporary architecture and interior design. Through ceramics, travertine marble finds new ways to adapt to modern constructions through new colors, formats, materials, and finishes. These are the attributes that make it such an interesting inspiration.

Renew or die: different tones and finishes

To survive the passage of time, travertine marble has nuanced its classic aesthetic with new tones and finishes. Colors that offer greater depth to architects and designers to find the most suitable style for each space.

The finish also plays an important role in the style. A natural finish offers an air closer to the stone, while the polished finish represents the more classic version of marble.

More possibilities than ever

Constant innovation in ceramic production processes multiplies the possibilities of the pieces, adapting to the needs of interior design and construction professionals through different formats, designs, and even materials.

Wall tiles: Palatinum Beige 30 x 90 cm. ― Flooring: Palatinum Beige 60 x 60 cm.

This way, the same collection can respond to different options, from 260×120 cm slabs to white body pieces for cladding in smaller formats, such as 30×60 cm. On the other hand, these pieces also offer the possibility of having three-dimensional reliefs, which gives a very interesting decorative air to the surfaces, impossible to achieve through other materials.

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