Marble is the oldest material in human history. Carved over three million years ago, 'Makapansgat pebble' is the most remote testimony to date.

From the Parthenon in Athens to the Colosseum in Rome and the Taj Mahal in Agra, the most important buildings in history have been built in marble. Pure white, homogeneous and free of impurities, or even precious and polychrome from Asia, Africa and the Americas, marble has always brought prestige to the most exclusive environments, sought-after symbols of social status, expressions of wealth, beauty and refinement, through floors with polychrome marble inlays in a variety of imaginative shapes, walls, statues, vases and all kinds of accessories. Artists such as Phidias, Polycletus, Myron or Michelangelo, Donatello, Bernini, Canova chose 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 mankind absolute masterpieces and everyday environments that adorn our lives with veins of great tactile pleasure and lucid beauty.

Marble and Travertine

The art and elegance of the finest cuts and materials from around the world, for artworks that embellish space and transcend time.


Transparency and luminosity make them among the most sought-after and admired natural materials in the world.


The fascination of man-made rock that lends itself most easily to being sculpted.


Materials of volcanic origin with great strength and durability, characterised by their grain structure.


Natural metamorphic stones forged by nature, unique and unrepeatable, precious for contemporary and design projects.


Evocative colours, transparencies and signs of surprising beauty for these refined and resilient materials, also suitable for outdoor use.

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