We offer our customers more than 100 types of materials that are suitable for a variety of products.
Granite is a type of stone to which we associate the terms durability, hardness, and immutability of appearance. These characteristics are a consequence of its geological origin. It formed deep in the Earth's crust from molten magma that cooled over time and found its way to the surface. Its persistence results from a combination of different minerals that intertwine with each other and form strong bonds that resist influences and time. These same minerals create unique combinations of colors and textures. Granite due to its characteristics has a very wide application and is used for coating exterior and interior surfaces without restrictions.
Marble is a type of stone whose beauty has been admired by peoples and cultures since ancient times. It was valued in antiquity by the Greeks and Romans for its brilliant appearance, preceded by the Mesopotamians, Egyptians, and many other peoples. Some of the most important historical buildings were built of this type of stone. The word marble comes from the Greek mármaros meaning glittering stone. Marble is still widely used today as a cladding material in interiors. It comes in many different shades of color, with characteristic veins that are always different and unpredictable, which makes it unique and unrepeatable.
Onyx is a special type of stone with a very exotic look. It belongs to the group of carbonate sedimentary rocks that are polished to a specific high gloss. It is dense and compact with pronounced veins and very interesting and unique patterns. Some types of this material transmit light and with the help of backlighting become the center of attention of any space. It is used for luxurious cladding of vertical interior surfaces where its colors and patterns are fully expressed and become works of art of nature.
Travertine is a type of stone with a special look, which you will hardly replace with another one. Formed on hot water springs, this limestone is characterized by a banded and porous structure. The presence of holes and cavities is its specificity that sets it apart from other types of rocks. They can be filled with different materials or left open, emphasizing their rustic look. It has been used since antiquity, and the most famous is the Roman travertine, which was used to build many important buildings in that city, from the Colosseum to St. Peter's Square. It mostly comes in earth tones, but there are also shades of gray, yellow, and red. Even today it has a very wide application due to its elegance and durability in different weather conditions.
Artificial quartz is a high-tech stone material designed and manufactured to increase practicality and elevate the aesthetic value of modern interiors. It is used in kitchens as a material for worktops, but also in other rooms as a material for flooring, walls, fireplaces, and bathrooms. It consists of 95% natural quartz bonded with high-quality polymer resins and pigments, which gives a durable stone surface. Due to the high content of natural quartz, it is very resistant to scratches, which makes it a desirable and long-lasting solution in the kitchen.
This material also withstands various shocks that can occur in everyday use and very high temperatures (up to 150 ° C) which is a very desirable feature in a kitchen environment.
It is not porous and therefore does not absorb various liquids with which it can come into contact in the kitchen such as coffee, tea, vinegar, oil, carbonated drinks, and the like. Its hardness and resistance to acids make it a very desirable material in various high-tech products.
Artificial marble is a high-tech stone material that offers the elegance and charm of natural marble with additional benefits provided by artificial resins, which are combined into a solid and compact mixture suitable for cladding various surfaces in the interior. It consists of 95% grains and powders of natural marble to which polyester resins, pigments, and additives have been added. The appearance of this material depends on the size of the marble grains, from solid surfaces to textures interspersed with tiny veins or smaller and larger pieces of marble in the style of terrazzo. Artificial marble is a modern interpretation of the timeless look of natural stone available in a wide range of skillfully blended colors and patterns that will bring a sophisticated look to any space.