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Navona Silver Cross Cut Roman Travertine

Material: Roman Travertine

Origin: Tivoli, Italy

Availability: Blocks, Slabs, Cut to size

Suggested finishes:
saw cut, honed and stone color filled, honed and unfilled, brushed and unfilled, brushed and stone color filled, sandblasted, bush hammered

Suggested processing:
stone profiles, mosaics and patterns

General description

With its light tonalities and hints of blue and green, Navona Silver travertine is a symbol of timeless beauty. As a cross cut, the uniformity of the texture drives architects and interior designers’ creativity, that consider travertine the perfect choice for mixing and matching it with other materials from mother nature.

Interiors benefit from the warm tones of this precious material: walls and floors covered with Navona Silver travertine create a welcoming environment while magnifying the height and depth of the room. Its sheer elegance responds to the needs of a luxurious and yet intimate setting.

Furniture accessories, like kitchen tables, coffee tables for living room areas, countertops for halls and bathrooms hold the unrivaled allure of effortless refinement.

Exterior applications of Navona Silver travertine find their best representation in building façades. This durable and highly resistant to extreme weather conditions natural stone transmits a sense of authority and distinctiveness. Paving is also highly recommended, especially for the area around pools and showers, given its natural non-slip feature.

It is important to notice that Roman Travertine’s remarkable versatility responds easily to the needs and necessities of the home owners, even the most rigorous ones.

Navona Silver travertine owes its name from the world-famous Navona square in Rome and yet it is just one of many examples of Roman Travertine’s potential shaped into timeless masterpieces by human creativity. Many are the historical buildings and monuments in Rome that were built with this classical natural stone, extracted from the Barco Quarries in Tivoli: indeed, our travertines create a link between modern solutions and history.

Technical Specifications Roman Travertine Navona Silver

1) Flexural strength (UNI EN 12372)

1a) Load perpendicular to asiontropic planes

Mean Fleaxural StrengthStandard deviation
11,4MPa1,8Mpa

1b) Load perpendicular to corners of asiontropic planes

Mean Fleaxural StrengthStandard deviation
10,4MPa0,8Mpa

2) Freeze-thaw resistance (UNI EN 12371)

2a) Load perpendicular to asiontropic planes

Mean Fleaxural StrengthStandard deviation
5,6MPa1,4Mpa

2b) Load perpendicular to corners of asiontropic planes

Mean Fleaxural StrengthStandard deviation
5,7MPa1,0Mpa

3) Slip Resistance (UNI EN 1341)

Mean Slip Resistance, Single Sample
65

4) Abrasion Resistance (UNI EN 1341)

Mean Abrasion Resistance
25,0