Marble, the Raw Material

Our materials

For centuries, Portuguese stone craftsmen have shaped the country's cultural heritage, transforming this ancient skill into an art.

Natural stone such as marble and slate bring an earthy, organic element into a space. They’re universally loved for their one-of-a-kind quality. From piece to piece, and even on a single quarried slab, there will be certain colour variations.

Stone surfaces will have pits and fissures that appear as cracks. They result from immense heat and pressure, which formed the stone eons years ago.

These characteristics do not impair function or durability; rather they add to the beauty. And while marble, slate and natural stone are certainly quite durable, by no means should be treated as indestructible.


Gris Douro Marble
Carrara Marble
Statuario Marble
Green Guatemala Marble
Grey Kendzo Marble
Ochiro Marble
Estremoz White Marble
Tiger Skin Marble
Black and Gold Marble
Nero Marquina Marble
Travertine Marble
Portoro Marble
Calacatta Oro Marble
Sahara Noir Marble
Ataíja marble
Calacatta Viola
Grigio Nuvolato
Arabescato Marble
Calacatta Marble
Kunis Brescia
Gris Alvito Marble
Atlantic Blue Limestone
Tundra Grey
Black Travertine
Spider Grey
Ming Green
Rose Onyx
Rosso Levanto
Walnut Onyx


Black Slate
Tempered Glass
Blown Glass
Graphite Glass
Bottle Green Glass
Clear Glass


Walnut Wood
Oak Wood
Black Oak
Ebony Wood
Ash Wood
River Black Oak
Cloud White Wood
Black cape
Light Ivory
Night Blue
Pearl beige


Stainless Steel
Metal with Brass Finish
Old Brass
Solid Brushed Brass
Brushed stainless steel brass coating
Brushed stainless steel copper coating
Brushed stainless steel nickel coating
Antracite Metal
Black cape metal
Gun metal
Brushed stainless steel
Beige Sand
Ballon Blue


Lacquered Gold
Lacquered Antracite
Lacquered Copper
Lacquered Champagne
Lacquered Black
Lacquered White
Lacquered Red
Blood Grape