The White Lasa marble is characterized by a homogeneous white tint on the bottom. During its nearly 400 million years of age, limestone crystallized, becoming pure white marble. Lasa marble, unlike other types of marble, resists frost and weather, so much that even antifreeze salt is unable to corrode. This material is also a great example of adherence to both aesthetic and functional criteria.
White Lasa is a precious and appreciated work material, with extraordinary properties, extracted for over a century and transported downstream from the South Tyrolean Massif Jenn of Lasa. Depending on color and grain, what is the most valuable marble in the world is Lasa Bianco and Lasa Venatoche. After having long been employed for artistic purposes, today its use is predominantly building. His rebirth, however, sees a new appreciation in the artistic field.