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EvolutionStone, Treverk - Porcelain stoneware mimicking nature

Marazzi

Edited By Editorial Staff - 1 September 2010

EvolutionStone by Marazzi is a fine porcelain stoneware that has the looks and colouring of natural stone and the technical perfection of ceramic tiles. EvolutionStone comes in large format slabs (30x60 cm, 60x60 cm, 60x120 cm all rectified) and is another ‘take’ on four natural stones offered by other product lines (Serena, Piasentina, Ardesia and Malaga). Its high technological performance makes it suitable for indoors and out, in residential and commercial environments or busy thoroughfares. Look-wise, Serena comes in tone-on-tone shades of light grey randomly shot with white crystalline veining. Piasentina has a brown base on which the white veining alternates with quite contrasting colours which vary from piece to piece.
Dark Ardesia has slightly whitish patches on the surface. Malaga has the lightest of shades from yellow ochre to white blending into a variegated beige.
Apart from the basic formats there is a mosaic inlay (30x30, 30x60 cm), cut regular or irregular, which lends itself to many personalized compositions.
The Treverk collection brings the warmth of wood in 6 colours (White, Beige, Capuccino, Teak, Wengè, Black) and large formats (15x120, 20x120, 30x120 cm all rectified) which are suitable for tone-on-tone or colour-contrast patterns. Mosaic pieces (30x30 cm) and motifs (30x60 cm) complete the aesthetic potential of the Treverk collection which is ideal for floors and walls running throughout private and public buildings.

 

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