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Collection - I Naturali

Ardesia Bianco

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Sizes / thicknesses avaliable
  • 1200×3000 mm | 47.4 x 118.1' Full Size – Laminam 5
  • 1200×3000 mm | 47.2' x 118.1' – Laminam 5+
  • 1620×3240 mm | 63.7' x 127.7' Full Size – Laminam 12+
  • 1620×3240 mm | 63.7' x 127.7' Full Size – Laminam 20+
  • 1620×3240 mm | 63.7' x 127.7' Full Size – Laminam 5
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Laminam finishes offer a one-of-a-kind visual and tactile experience. When we conceive our surfaces, we already imagine them in your space, safely in your home, incorporated into your projects. Whether you distractedly skim your fingers over them or walk barefoot on them, the feeling on your skin is important, and it has an impact on your decision.

Ardesia Bianco a Spacco draws inspiration from Pietra di Lavagna slate, a natural material extracted only from quarries in Liguria, Italy, whose use reached its peak in Italy in urban architecture of the medieval and Renaissance eras.

Featuring a compact surface with a silky-smooth feel, the Bianco finish draws on and transcends tradition, offering new and sophisticated options for use on interiors and exteriors.

Ardesia Bianco a Spacco is part of the I Naturali series, a series inspired by the earth and its material resources, creating new canons of beauty, elegance and distinction on ceramic slabs of timeless appeal. Delicate and highly sophisticated, it envelops the spaces it furnishes in a warm embrace, seeming almost to bestow a touch of familiarity.

The large sizes of 1200×3000 mm and 1620×3240 mm are available in different thicknesses, depending on their application of use. They all share the R10 anti-slip finish which makes them particularly suitable for residential and commercial settings where walkway surfaces are frequently exposed to water.

The term “A Spacco” refers to the specific craftsmanship technique carried out on the ceramic slab, visible in its finish.

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