Margraf has expanded its range of marble tiles thanks to its tireless research into state-of-the-art technology for processing marble with minimal waste. In addition to its regular investments into cutting-edge technology, they are constantly looking at eco-friendly solutions too.
Masterfully marvellous marble
A quarry in Forni Avoltri (near Udine) is the only site in the world where exclusive Margraf Fior di Pesco Carnico® marble can be found.
At the Margraf plant in Badia Calavena (near Verona), blocks of superior marble too small to use to produce large slabs or “made-to-measure” pieces, are masterfully processed and shaped into modular tiles with standard forms, ready for use.
The Margraf marble tiles for floors and walls can satisfy a variety of visual needs creating stylish, sophisticated surfaces in all areas, from bathrooms and kitchens to living rooms and bedrooms. Unfailingly original, highly versatile and long-lasting, they can add an exquisite touch not only to private homes but also to hotels, offices and public places, especially where limited weights and thicknesses are required.
As part of its environmentally friendly approach, the company has avoided all use of polystyrene packaging for these products for years. It exclusively utilises cardboard boxes for packaging, shipping them all over the world.
Over 30 marble colours
There is a choice of approximately 30 different types of marble in the Margraf marble tile range. They come in the following sizes, all in a slim thickness of 1 cm: 30.5×30.5cm; 45.7×45.7cm; 61×30.5cm; 61x61cm; 81.3×40.6cm and 91.4×45.7cm.
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