The latest trend to emerge from Europe is the large, slim-format panel, which offers architects and designers unprecedented design flexibility and applications using the 3000x1500x6mm format. This style is now widely recognised as the material of the future.
The Marmi Maximum range represents the timeless, classical nature of traditional
marble. Marmi materials are incredibly similar to quarry materials, and provide you with the appearance of a natural surface.
Its authentic charm is one of its key selling points, ensuring it is a stand-alone product in comparison to the almost plastic look of engineered quartz products on the market.
Maximum looks and feels like stone because it is made from 100 per cent natural material with a high recycled content. Other benefits include resistance to thermal shock, ultraviolet, stains and scratches. The lightweight format offers many new design applications for floors, walls, cladding and kitchens, ensuring the longevity and acceptance of the product within the Australian market.
Calacatta and the new Statuario is available in four vein-matched variations, A, B, C & D, as well as a book-matched pair of patterns. The Marmi range includes finishes such as the new Statuario, Onyx, Travertino, Royal Marfil, Taxos and Imperial white. Other ranges include the natural look of Aster.
This innovative, ground-breaking Aster Maximum pressed porcelain tile range
has been developed to provide a textured, brushed effect inspired by concrete. Also, metal finishes are available for more industrial-looking applications.