Concrete design tiles are made from fibre reinforced cement available for interior and exterior usage as well as for heavy traffic. The custom colour of the product and the variation of small and large modules give endless possibilities for the user to design and create a unique surface by puzzle.
Basalt is a porous stone material with naturally-occurring holes that may remain unfixed or be factory-filled with resin or cement. It is also a volcanic stone that has been used in architecture for centuries to build roads and monuments which can still be seen today.
Basalts are rich in magnesium, feldspar, pyroxene and iron, with hints of olivine and amphibole; all of which are siliceous materials similar to those in granite. Although Basalts boast the durability of granite, they tend to have the consistent coloration, markings and subtlety of a limestone.
Marble is metamorphic crystalline rock composed predominantly of crystalline grains of calcite, dolomite, or serpentine, and capable of taking a polish, it’s a classic architectural material and enjoys variety in application from kitchen counter-tops to the facades on buildings.
Most marble has a moderate absorption rating and will stain when exposed to oil and highly-pigmented liquids, in addition to this most marble also has a low abrasion resistance rating; it is likely to scratch. Marble tends to have naturally occurring cracks and fissures. In general, light-coloured marble is difficult to maintain in flooring applications with heavier traffic whilst dark marble tends to show more scratching.