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Stones have long revealed to interior designers, technicians, users in general and to lovers of good taste their multiple properties, finding use almost everywhere, even as an alternative to other materials or even constituting the best solution.
For example, they are used for public and large-scale works: squares, streets, sidewalks, churchyards, wall claddings flanking streets, garden furniture; also for façade and cladding facades, also entering interiors such as offices, museums, shops and garages. The outdoor applications can be completed with elements such as curbs, steps, contours of openings, columns, curbstones, fountains and more.
For private buildings, stones are the materials that now furnish all external parts: from sidewalks, to stairs, to columns, to flower beds, to walls and more: terrace floors, entrance halls, facade claddings traditional or ventilated, plinths, rustic walls, roofs, with completion elements such as columns, curbs, stairs, etc.

Equally widespread is the use in interior environments: floors and walls of each room can be provided in stone to take advantage of the decorative originality, using the various possible surfaces, from natural surfaces to flamed, brushed, smoothed, polished etc., with elements of different thicknesses and dimensions, complete also from the relative objects, from the tops for bathrooms and kitchens, elements for showers, for contours of doors and windows, thresholds, stairs, etc.

Each stone has its own characteristics and therefore different optimal formats: the two great classifications are however the irregular polygons and the squared slabs, the latter of very varied dimensions and suitable for different needs. The floors and wall coverings even in the interiors can be performed with the same surface treatments and with the numerous colors of the stones.

Some stones make it possible to obtain very thin 2 mm slabs, which also extends their use to:
applications on existing floors and walls without demolishing them; “Veneers” of furniture or the like: doors, doors, vases and covering of curved furniture elements such as: washbasins, hoods, columns.

These thin technologies also allow the use of semiprecious stones cut very thin and glued on reinforcement supports, for particularly prestigious furnishings.