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Interesting facts on how natural stone was used in history.
Read about Rome, Italy and it’s history.

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French Pattern – Roman Travertine

The French pattern, also known as opus romano, is a classic cladding or flooring scheme for roman travertine tiles. This is an aesthetic code, declined in different variations, which originates…

Roman Travertine History

Roman travertine history dates back to the third century BC. In fact, in ancient Rome, the characteristics of this natural stone were deeply appreciated and it soon became the main…

Roman Travertine, Natural Uniqueness

Roman travertine is famous for its natural uniqueness. Indeed, nature creates inimitable scenarios and landscapes. From the kaleidoscopic color of the earth to the incredible variety of shapes and sizes…

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Bank of China – Beijing

The building of the Bank of China in Beijing embodies a challenge to the Chinese capital landscape. Its futuristic architectural look required the supply of roman travertine, quarried and manufactured…

Centre international de conférences – Algiers

Fascinating and futuristic, thanks to its impressive architecture and its lush green areas, th Centre International de conférences in Algiers – designed by the architectural firm Studio Fabris & Partners…

Two Union Square – Seattle

A magnificent work created to redevelop Two Union Square, an impressive building in downtown Seattle. Designed by two major architectural firms in the States, Nbbj and Architectural Stone and Tile, it was completed…