Natural material obtained directly from the hard central wood of the trunk of a tree. Can be enhanced with a clear or semi-transparent varnish, or covered with an opaque finish (solid colour). Highly valued material.
Product with an opaque paint finish, that is, which completely covers the underlying material. A matt finish ranges from 5 to 25 degrees of gloss, meaning the percentage of light that is reflected from the surface (on a scale from 0 to 100).
The glass is coloured by screen printing. Special enamels or paints are applied onto the lower surface of the sheet and then vitrified through a thermal process to produce a durable coloured pattern.
The glass is tempered by means of a controlled heating and cooling process that modifies the physical and chemical structure of the glass, improving its safety properties.
The glass is coloured by screen printing. Special enamels or paints are applied onto the lower surface of the sheet and then vitrified by a thermal process. The top surface of the glass is etched by a chemical process.
Obtained by bonding a ceramic sheet (porcelain stoneware) to a tempered float glass sheet. Offers exceptional properties in terms of resistance to scratches, impact, stains, thermal shock, and chemicals. Easy to clean.