Pietre Maximum presents a decidedly tactile range of surfaces for architecture and interior design. The collection consists of four technical porcelain surfaces with an exceptionally attractive appearance and well-recognized technical performance: Quarzite Vals, Luna Limestone, Roccia di Lucca and Jatoba Brown Maximum.
Quarzite Vals features a sumptuously finished texture, complemented by abundant grey-cerulean shades, which give every application distinctive style. Luna Limestone is a light, bright surface in a warm beige shade. A smoky grey background traversed by soft white finishes and a gentle tone-on-tone movement defines Roccia di Lucca; while a warm and deep brown tone, brightened by ferrous inclusions describes the new Jatoba Brown Maximum color, available in the exclusive lapped finish, which gives the surface a soft and material appearance, free of the mirror effect that is characteristic of traditional polishing, and offers a pleasant polished/matte contrast, adding a subtle relief in continuity with the design, which is thus even more defined.
Not just aesthetics but also ethics. Pietre Maximum is part of the range of Maximum formats designed to eradicate on site material waste. At just 6mm thick, the 120 x 270cm format has been designed to eliminate cutting wastage in accordance with the minimum ceiling height for habitable rooms. In addition, the 120 x 120cm format is compatible with generally accepted standard shower tray sizes in many countries where we work. In addition to these two sizes, the 100x100cm format is easy to handle and install, while the 150x300cm format has been introduced to cover large surfaces.