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Arabescato Breccia

Sample - Arabescato Breccia - Muestra

Arabescato Breccia.

Arabescato Breccia is a white calcitic marble. Its particular breccia morphology offers a beautiful game of contrasts between the white background and the grey and brown veins.

The breccia stones have a spectacular aesthetic force thanks to how they originated, combining different geological formations from a fragmentation.

The movement of its lines is perfect for large format claddings with a book matching style and vein continuation.

Interior architects and designers use the Arabescato Breccia marble for hotel and residential projects that seek differentiation. It fits like a glove for bathroom cladding, hightlighted walls, and murals.

TINO offers the Arabescato Breccia white marble in the dimensional way (standard thickness) or with the Stonesize system, the solution for lightweight and ultra-resistant large formats. Ask about the finishes and textures available for this material. Check the maximum size per finish. For special finishes, check availability and sizes.

HONED

POLISHED

ZERO

DOMUS

SANDBLASTED

LIGHTWEIGHT

RECOMMENDED USES:

Indoor cladding, Outdoor cladding, Indoor flooring

SIZES:

Adaptable to any project. Standard option: thickness of 2cm and maximum size of 240x140cm. LARGE FORMAT option: lightweight and resistant Stonesize panels starting from 10 mm thickness and a maximum size of 290 x 145 cm.

SLAB VIEW

Closeup - Arabescato Breccia - Detalle

CLOSE-UP VIEW

Baño - Arabescato Breccia - Bathroom

APPLIED PRODUCT

Pared - Arabescato Breccia - Wall

APPLIED PRODUCT

Property Standard Value
Water absorption UNE EN 13755 0,4 %
Flexural strength UNE EN 12372 11,8 Mpa
Bulk density UNE EN 1936 2,72 g/cm3
Impact resistance UNE EN 14158 41 cm
Compression UNE EN 1926 132 Mpa
USE Residential Value
Indoor cladding
Outdoor cladding
Indoor flooring Please check
Outdoor flooring Please check Please check
Countertops Please check Please check
Others Please check Please check

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