The products bearing this symbol have been manufactured using at least 40% of recycled material.
They comply with LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) requirements as regards criterion 4.1 regarding "Recycled Material Content".
The colors of the Irish landscapes are imprinted in all their enigmatic beauty in Irish Green, the new texture by Fiandre Architectural Surfaces. The bright green grass, brown earth, golden sand and gray Irish castles seem to come to life in this fascinating surface, proposing a marble defined as “savage beauty” by Oscar Wilde.
The bright, almost acid green background features shades of cream, sepia, brown and gray interrupted by veins reminiscent of crystalline calcite. The diverse background features various shades of green from light to dark, enhanced by the polished finish.
Irish Green is inspired by a rather rare and ancient marble with countless shades of green. The characteristics of the design and the 6 mm thickness are ideal for all types of furniture, both internal and external, such as flooring or cladding, as well as in a wide range of furnishings, including stairs, doors, tables, washbasins, kitchen tops and shower trays.
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Slip resistance values, coeffcient of static or dynamic friction shown in the catalogue or in the website, are purely indicative and not binding.
Any specific requirements must be confirmed by us at the time of ordering and in any case before installation.
The processing of natural raw materials, combined with the use of leading-edge patented production techniques, makes it possible to obtain high-tech materials characterized by typical full-body effects, a feature that has always been the exclusive hallmark of quarried marble and stone.
Chromatic variations, veining and speckling are thus prized characteristics of Fiandre materials.