One of the leading names in reproduction of precious marbles, granites and stones, Fabbrica Marmi e Graniti unveils a new Gemstone collection.
Part of MaxFine range of maxi-slabs, the latest launch is pushing the boundaries of high-tech porcelain surfaces.
Fabbrica Marmi e Graniti noticed a growing trend among architects that choose to use high-tech porcelain for floor and wall coverings, countertops and tables. Not only does it offer unique textures that beautifully reacts to light, it can also deliver the same effect as marble, wood, stone, resin and concrete coverings. In addition, the practical elements such resistance, inalterability, light weight and easy laying and maintenance also make it a desirable choice during the design process.
Celebrating the natural elegance and warmth of precious stones, Gemstone has a variegated texture that alternates crystallised areas characterised by visible inclusions with more homogeneous areas where thin veins delicately embellish the surface.
Easily used across kitchen countertops, sinks, tables, shelves, steps, doors, sliding doors and curved surfaces, Gemstone palette is divided into three colours, from opalescent milky white, to pink fading towards lighter peach nuances, to violet simmering with wisteria and plum tones.
Gemstone comes in a polished finish that enhances the elegant chromatic interplay and the three-dimensionality of its texture. Ideal for applying in contemporary living rooms and kitchens, as well as wellness facilities and boutiques.
Part of Iris Ceramica Group, FMG has grown to be one of the biggest innovative brands for production of man-made marble, granite, travertine and natural stone. It was founded by Mr. Romano Minozzi in 1998, and since then it has reproduced the most beautiful and the rarest marble, stone and granite that nature has to offer, whilst maintaining exceptional technical characteristics.
According to the company statement, it promotes “a responsible choice expressed through production of man-made natural stone produced using the same elements as nature, in industrial processes that reproduce all the logic and characteristics of nature, pressure and fire”.
It has always been dedicated to meet the standards of quality and environmental regulations and certifications. Above all, Leed Certification (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) and The Greenguard Gold Certification (that ensures that products intended for indoor use are characterized by practically non-existent emissions of volatile substances, contributing to the creation of healthier environments).