Travertine stone can be used for cladding or flooring.
Travel back to Ancient Rome with travertine
Travertine is a low-density sedimentary rock formed by calcium carbonate deposits with a light structure and a fibrous texture, full of pores or cavities. Its great resistance and versatility made it one of the most widely used materials during the Roman Empire. The Colosseum and the Theatre of Marcellus are some of Rome's most famous monuments made of this material. With its smooth texture and appearance and a wide range of shapes and colours, this stone lends a sculptural air to living rooms, bedrooms, or bathrooms. Travertine surfaces create sophisticated, timeless rooms that never go out of style.
Travertine marble: benefits and applications
The four collections (Mola, Toscano, Silver Wood and Ocean Wood) have a fibrous and soft texture that adapts to different spaces with white, beige, brown or grey tones. Extracted from European quarries, travertine marble is installed as a single piece on walls and floors in both indoor and outdoor areas such as facades, swimming pools, and terraces.
The freshness and lightness of each Travertine series combined with its strength in both warm and cold temperatures makes the material an excellent choice for residential or commercial projects. Furthermore, the advanced surface treatment (BIOPROT) has increased the resistance and protection of each piece.