Palissandro
Palissandro marble is a precious material quarried in Italy, a natural stone characterized by a rather uniform and neutral beige background crossed by grey and brownish veining, stripes and shadings. Palissandro has been used in the past to build famous structures as Milan Cathedral and Pavia Cathedral, thanks to its elegance and heterogeneity, a natural stone that is suitable to many different applications and combinations, with other stones as well, for exterior and interior designs.

Very appreciated for modern designs, Palissandro marble is perfect for many types of different projects as facings and fašades, floorings for interiors and exteriors, staircases and many more.