The Room.

It is inspired by the wealth of fine marble. It is grafted onto a current and contemporary language and tainted with other textural flavours.

Imola Ceramica’s exploration path continues with regard to the wealth of quality marbles and their interpretation. Once again, the project is the perfect mix between the potential of ceramic slabs  and the modernity of creative language and research. The Room is a wealth of four new proposals that interpret reference models from a variety of areas, differing in renown and how they are used.

Grand Antique d’Aubert is a stone extracted in France in the northern Pyrenees. The quarry, closed for almost 70 years, has only recently be reopened. It has been used on some extremely famous occasions, including for Napoleon’s tomb. Its black and white marks with such defined contrasts have never been seen in any other marble found in nature.

Panda White is a truly surprising marble from the Far East. It is strongly characterised by a very white background, accentuated by intense black lines with wider stripes or thicker waves and all completed with a white crystallization on the clear base which highlights its transparency.

Black Dahlia, comes from central America and is a stone belonging to the silicate onyx category. Generally black with white streaks, it is enriched with incredible details that can vary from yellow to brown, even as far as red via ivory and grey.

Invisible White, a marble extracted in Asia Minor and made up almost exclusively of dolomite rock which transformed over time and with the heat into a crystalline, slightly transparent stone. It has a white background widely laced with grey veins which sometimes present small almost amber sedimentations.

Onyx white absolute – The origins of the limestone onyx go way back in history: it is the ‘marmor alabastrum’ of the Latins where alabastrum derives from a fortress known as “Alabastra” built in Thebes in Egypt and where there were a number of quarries used to build the temples. This kind of marble in nature makes its mark thanks to its intense shine inserted into a clear background, and stands out for its strips of varying thickness that range in colour from ivory to vanilla

Statuario vena piccola – Top quality Statuario Venato marble from Italy is fine veined with a pure, milky white background and grey veins of small and medium width. It occurs naturally in very small quantities compared to other white Carrara marbles.

Inv white – A marble extracted in Asia Minor and made up almost exclusively of dolomite rock which transformed over time and with the heat into a crystalline, slightly transparent stone. It has a white background widely laced with grey veins which sometimes present small almost amber sedimentations.

Quartzite patagonia – It is one of the most unusual and attractive stones that exists in nature. Quarried in South America, especially in Brazil, its origins are volcanic and its geological structure comes from millions of years of seismic activity. As the magma rose to the surface and cooled, it crystallised and incorporated all the rocks and minerals it encountered on its path.

Cremo delicato – It is an elegant Italian marble, which features a white ivory background with occasional bands and rare grey/yellowish veins aligned longitudinally.

San pedro – San Pedro, also known as Silver Roots, is from Asia Minor. Its background colour can vary from dove grey to rich beige, with deep, dark and thin veins of a brown to reddish hue.

Grey roots – A particularly appealing marble, originally from Anatolia, characterised by a bright silvery-grey background colour, and enriched by areas mixed together, ranging from white to grey shades. Ripples and cracks appear on the surface in warm shades of gold and cream that give it a pleasant contrasting effect against the grey background, giving the Grey Roots a sense of ancient regality and value.

Gris breche dumas – This is the name given to this pebble, originally from the Pyrenees, as a tribute to the famous French playwright, Alexander Dumas. An increasingly difficult marble to find because the quarries are basically empty. Imola’s aim was to reproduce the French look of this rock on this ceramic slab that makes its mark with its soft, shiny light grey background and fine veining and tone-on-tone shades.

Infinity Brazil – From South America, Infinity Brazil is a rare quartzite with an especially elegant rich black colour. Its characteristic black hue is interspersed with points of light that enhance its brilliance and lustre.

Onyx Aqua blue gold – The onyx marble is made up of sedimentary limestone coloured by spring water and infiltration. Of Asiatic origin, it is a mineral that stands out for its shiny transparency effect on the surface: a feature that makes it extremely rate and particularly suited to interior design objects with a strong hint of exclusivity. Recurring colours include yellow, brown, red and green, that appear in unimaginable shades.

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