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Pietra di Savoia Avorio

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  • 1000×3000 mm | 39.4' x 118.1' Full Size – Laminam 3
  • 1000×3000 mm | 39.4' x 118.1' – Laminam 3+
  • 1000×3000 mm | 39.4' x 118.1' – 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.

Of the shades in the I Naturali series, Pietra di Savoia Avorio Bocciardata is the colour that best expresses lightness and versatility of use.

Its delicate ivory hues make it extremely versatile, a quality which broadens the application possibilities for the ceramic slab to include a variety of different architectural styles and indoor and outdoor settings, resulting in an elegant element of furnishing.

Available in the 1000×3000 mm size in the Laminam 3/3+ and Laminam 5 mm thicknesses, Pietra di Savoia Avorio Bocciardata represents the new canon of beauty, elegance and distinction of this nature-inspired series, expressed on visually striking large size ceramic slabs.

The structured surface effect, represented by the Bocciardato finish, confirms the research-led pursuit of perfection that allows Laminam to offer an endless variety of sensory solutions. The Bocciardato structured finish is ideal for kitchen and bathroom countertops and for faux-stone exterior cladding.

For this last use, Pietra di Savoia Avorio in the Bocciardato finish benefits from the R10 anti-slip rating, further expanding its range of use to include residential and commercial settings exposed to water.

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