Laminam North America Introduces Four New Colors Inspired by Natural Marble
The new colors exude luxury with an element of practicality making them suitable for a variety of interior and exterior design projects.
Laminam, a global leader in producing superior natural surfaces for interior and exterior design applications, has officially introduced four new exquisite colors to the existing I Naturali Collection in the North American market. The colors are inspired by highly sought-after natural marble stones found in Italy, Spain, and Brazil.
“We’ve been listening to North American architects and designers and are answering the call for beautiful natural surfaces that offer high performance with maximum functionality,” said Philip Eeles, president of Laminam North America. “Created industrially and in an extremely realistic way, our Italian surfaces are nonabsorbent, stain-resistant and sustainable, containing anywhere between 20% and 60% pre-consumer recycled material. Unlimited design possibilities are met with various formats and thicknesses for an array of applications, including countertops, flooring, stairs, wall cladding, exterior facades, furniture, wet areas, fireplace cladding, and more.”
Here are the four new colors:
Calacatta Mediceo Bookmatch stands out for its rich wide gray veining, enhanced by deep orange-brown oxidations on a classic crisp-white background. Inspired by the classic Calacatta Macchia Vecchia from the Carrara region in Italy, its unique color variation makes it a statement piece in any design project.
Arabescato Gold replicates the elegance of a highly prized variety of Carrara marble. Its prominent dark grey veining stands out on a distinctive crystalline white background, forming a multitude of circular patterns. The result is a new standard of beauty and distinction that offers a modern twist to a classic color. Its versatility makes it the ideal solution for cladding, flooring, and kitchen countertops.
Nero Marquina Extra
Nero Marquina Extra is a luxurious surface that draws inspiration from highly coveted natural marble extracted from the quarries located in northern Spain, in the town of Marquina for which it is named. This dramatic color features a deep black texture crossed by ultra-fine white veining. The brilliance and structural depth of the black color contrasts perfectly with the white. Suitable uses include wall cladding and furniture applications.
Patagonian marble, natively mined in Brazil, is one of the most picturesque materials found in nature thanks to its particular graphic pattern. Laminam’s new I Naturali Fusion White is a reinterpretation of this natural stone favoring warmer shades, in line with current trends in architecture and interior design. Set on a beige background crossed by veins ranging from gray to brown, the pattern of Fusion White is evenly distributed on a bespoke surface, giving it a consistent and strong visual impact.
Homeowners now have the ability to feature these beautiful, inspired-by-nature surfaces in their homes with minimum maintenance. Perfect for fireplace cladding, countertops, outdoor kitchens and furniture, Laminam surfaces can be used for both interior and exterior applications with high resistance to heat, UV rays, scratches, and stains.
The four new colors are available across North America. For more information about Laminam, visit www.laminam.com.
Pioneers since the beginning. Laminam was born in the early 2000s, following the invention of production technologies to create ultra-thin porcelain surfaces of large dimensions. The company was the first to revolutionize the ceramics market, giving new impetus to a mature sector, betting on the intuition of creating large architectural surfaces and launching innovative sizes and thicknesses on the market. Over the years, Laminam has developed a completely new production process characterized by innovative methods and highly automated technologies typical of Industry 4.0, such as digital printing systems, dry cutting systems and internal logistics managed by automatic laser-guided vehicles. These are methods and technologies that increase energy efficiency while reducing environmental impact.
Today Laminam produces a range of eclectic and versatile large-format ceramic surfaces used in many applications, from traditional and advanced architecture to furniture and design, distributed in over 100 countries worldwide. Over the years, the collections have been enriched with new textures and finishes to enhance the creativity of designers, architects and anyone who wants to elevate their spaces.
Laminam is majority-owned by Alpha, an independent pan-European private equity fund with €2 billion under management, specializing in mid-cap operations in continental Europe. The company has offices in Milan, Paris, Luxembourg, Frankfurt, and Amsterdam.