New shades for the sintered stone by Lapitec

New colors and textures characterize the full bodied sintered stone. During Cersaie 2016, in fact, Lapitec - Italian company specialized in this segment - will present the innovative solid color Havana, the new arabesques and the Urban collection dedicated to large surfaces. As a result, 113 options are now available, in order to meet any esthetic demand related to exterior and interior cladding, hobs, bathrooms and furniture.

The Lapitec® palette – characterized by monochromatic colors including the original Havana, a dove gray with a contemporary nuance - has a large variety of shades ranging from the Arctic White to the Anthracite Black, up to warm and natural tones. Seven finishes are available: Vesuvio, Arena, Lux, Satin, Lithos, Dune and Fossil.

What is more, the application of the full body color guilloche makes this proposal full of veins and perfect for modern spaces focusing on materiality. Three are the new products, available in the finishes Lux, Lithos and Satin. The first is Bernini: a two-tone gray with ebony color veins. Donatello, instead, is a very marked guilloche pattern on a background characterized by clear and warm nuances. Lastly, Canova offers diagonal veins on a light base.

Urban is then the new collection of full body sintered stone slabs that pays homage to four iconic cities.
Brooklyn is an interpretation of iron alloys’ colors and shades: a striking and material result, resembling the authentic COR-TEN thanks to its opaque surface. London evokes the mood of the British capital's buildings: it is an ash gray color with tones inspired by the London haze. Columns, aristocratic buildings and marble are the inspirations that brought about the creation of Roma, the third proposal reminiscent of a cream color, extremely warm and elegant. Casablanca is an ivory finish, light and pure, resembling the white buildings of the Moroccan city.