Stone Italiana renews its look and returns to Marmomac 2021

  The Verona-based company will be present with some important innovations, at the event dedicated to the industrial sector for natural stone, design and technology.

Everything is ready for the 2021 edition of Marmomac, the most important global show dedicated to the entire stone production chain, from quarry to processed product, from technology and machinery to tools. An appointment that Stone Italiana has never missed since the first edition. This year the company will be taking part with a completely renewed look and important new products.

From 29 September to 2 October at the VeronaFiere showground, Stone Italiana will be present at the event with a innovative stand, offering the finest expression of its ability to design and develop solutions for building and interior design. Stand C6 in Hall 6 will be the location and showcase for a series of innovative quartz products, made using cutting-edge technology and revealing a visual flair that is never banal.

First of all, Cosmolite is a new material presented by Stone Italiana, a tangible demonstration of the company’s intrinsic vocation for innovation: 100% derived from pre-consumer recycled materials based on inert substances other than quartz. With its warm and hypnotic visual texture, Cosmolite is the ideal cladding product for projects based on a sustainable core approach. Next, with the Marmorea collection, Stone Italiana continues its research in using quartz materials to design and craft expressive products reflecting and interpreting contemporary trends, offering a new criterion for highlighting the value of a material that has the same prestige as marble but with improved technical characteristics.

Inspiration based on Italy’s artisanal traditions live on in the Terrazzo line that gives new life to textures, shifting the focus of attention and application from the floor to the kitchen top or work surface. Utilizing the characteristics of quartz and dedicating special attention to the environment, Stone Italiana recycles granular quartz to create large slabs suitable for use in the kitchen and for surfaces in contact with food (guaranteed by NSF certification).

Colors and other visual effects are accompanied by a series of progressive surface variations: the finishes Gloss, Grain 2.0, Rocface 2.0, and Rocplan 2.0 showcase the surfaces’ design and aesthetic versatility, something that has always hallmarked the Verona-based company.

Last but not least, another important innovation presented at Marmomac is the use of quartz slabs for making kitchen doors by means of thin (6 mm) quartz panels, another expression of the company’s willingness to invest in research into new solutions, not just in terms of design but also as regards functional applications.

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