Traditional terrazzo tiles

Marble grit floor tiles were first seen at the end of the 19th century in parallel with the invention of cement, used as a binder for the chips obtained from crushing the most varied types of marble (hence the vast range of colours that characterise the production of marble grit floor tiles) to form the mixture subsequently pressed into moulds.

Traditional terrazzo tiles are produced in three different finishes - polished, matt and textured (antique) - without final protective treatment.



ttradice terrazzo formaty
* Available for minimum quantity 300 m2.