Marble is the oldest material in the history of man. Carved over three million years ago, Makapansgat pebble is the most remote testimony that has come down to us.

From the Parthenon in Athens to the Colosseum in Rome, to the Taj Mahal in Agra, the most important buildings in history, they were built in marble.

Pure white, homogeneous and free of impurities, or even precious and polychrome from Asia, Africa, the Americas, marble has always given prestige to the most exclusive environments, sought-after symbols of social status, an expression of wealth, beauty and refinement, through floors with polychrome marble inlays of varied and imaginative shapes, walls, statues, vases and all kinds of accessories.

Artists like Fidia, Policleto, Mirone or like Michelangelo, Donatello, Bernini, Canova have chosen marble for their most important works. Thanks to the work, ingenuity and art of marble processing, of which we feel respectful and faithful interpreters, this precious stone continues to give humanity absolute masterpieces and everyday environments that adorn our lives with veins of great tactile pleasure and lucid beauty.



The art and elegance of the best cuts and the finest materials from all over the world, for works capable of embellishing space and crossing time.


The charm of the rock worked by the hand of the man who more easily lends itself to be sculpted.


The characteristics of transparency and brightness make them among the most sought after and admired natural materials in the world.


Materials of volcanic origin with great strength and durability, which are characterized by their grain structure.


Ceramic slabs also in large sizes and reduced thickness, suitable for interiors and exteriors and perfect for contemporary architecture, furniture and design projects.


The natural effect of marble, light, economical, ecological, sustainable, easy to work with and to lay on site.