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In a world where future is designed from today, with increasing trend in many, if not all, businesses, we proudly offer our uniquely extensive and elegant material ranges that were designed and produced exploiting the most sophisticated technologies. We extrude the marble from its core, reshape it to the specific needs of the industries and individuals, while, producing what we produce to your best expectations and needs. Our building materials include the most pure and prestigious marbles, onyx, travertine, porcelain, granite, quartz and more.



Marble has a huge list of types as the appearance of this stone varies from location to location and changes based on impurities, elements and general environment. Marble has many different types depending on its colour and veining intensity. The price of marble types also varies drastically from one another, depending on these factors.


Calacatta marble is considered as the most luxurious marble type due to its rarity. Calacatta stone is very often mistaken for Carrara marble due to the striking similarities in colour and veining. However, some distinct differences set the two marbles apart; for instance, Calacatta marble has dark thick veining patterns and is bright white. Carrara, on the other hand, is white and has intricate grey veining.

Due to its uncommonness, Calacatta marble is placed at the top of the marble hierarchy. It is found in the form of tiles, pavers and slabs. Calacatta tiles can easily be paired with any colour combination; however; those who have the luxury of affording this extremely expensive stone mostly prefer to stick to a contemporary minimalistic approach when it comes to redecorating. Calacatta is also available in a beautiful gold hue that looks ravishing when paired with white porcelain or black neo-Marquina marble. Calacatta marble is for those who have a heart for opulence and like chicly decorated living space.


Calacatta Gold marble is the epitome of grandiose and magnificence. This visually stunning marble is perfect for those who have an aristocratic taste. The golden vein of this marble looks striking and add old money vibe to their area of installation. This marble is impeccable in appearance and can be paired with black marble for a voguish result.


Calacatta Michelangelo marble is ideal for those homeowners who want to add a subtle touch of lavishness in their house. This marble has delicate grey veining with the most consistent white background. Calacatta Michelangelo can look amazing in any minimalist design scheme. This marble type has the less is more vibe to it which is why it is recommended for all types of simple yet elegant designs.


Calacatta Borghini marble has signature thick grey veining with occasional undertones of gold against a white background. It looks amazing as a countertop in kitchens with kitchen islands. It is lovely in appearance with a hint of drama and adds beauty to your home.


Talathello marble has a light grey background with varying shades of silver and beige deposits in its structure. This marble is perfect for a dazzling makeover of outdoor spaces such as driveways and patios.


Emperador marble is a Spanish marble type found in light and dark brown colours. The shades of browns are accompanied by stark white dramatic and grey feathery irregular veining patterns. The dark shades of brown in this marble go perfectly with rooms having gold or brass furniture and accessories.


Crema Marfil is another famous Spanish marble type known for its varying tones of beige with irregular patterns and varying veining intensity. It is commonly used in combination with dark-coloured marble or other natural stones to subdue their intensity with its light colour and uniform background. It is used for flooring, wall cladding and in marble mosaic products.


Carrara marble is the most common marble type, which is why it is also the least expensive marble on this list. It has a greyish white background with fine feathery grey veining. The veining pattern is generally linear and soft in appearance. The majority of homeowners uses Carrara marble as it is budget-friendly, and its whitish appearance can make the living space look livelier.


Levadia Black marble is a Greek marble in black with greyish white fine veining in a smoke spot pattern. It is also known as Titanium Black marble, and it is usually used for decoration of countertops.


Nero Marquina is a dazzling Spanish marble in black colour. It has striking white veining that adds glamour to its appearance. This marble is a favorite of anyone who likes the contemporary design schemes and looks amazing in bathrooms, flooring in general and as backsplashes.