For their price and rarity, exotic marble types were once the reserve of luxury homes, hotels, boutiques or grand heritage buildings. Now everyone can enjoy these exclusive materials, using laminates which realistically recreate their beauty and uniqueness. For their new catalogue, Lamitak has launched two classic marble-look laminates which are bound to set the hearts of interior designers racing.
Featured laminate: Nero Marmo Adriano DXP 5343XM
Named after the Tempio di Adriano in Rome, an imposing second century structure of which only 11 huge Corinthian columns are left, the Marmo Adriano family evokes the same sense of grandeur as its namesake. This complex marble pattern features bold veins and streaks set against a cloudy background, and is best appreciated in large format. The three colourways available are different shades of grey which will bring a touch of sophistication to any space.
From left to right: Bianco Marmo Adriano DXP 1372XM, Blu Marmo Adriano DXP 5342XM, Nero Marmo Adriano DXP 5343XM
Featured laminate: Bianco Marmo Adriano DXP 1372XM
It’s amazing how the appeal of Ceppo di Gre, a sedimentary stone embedded with various minerals and fragments, has endured from historical to current times. Used more than 200 years ago to build some of Milan’s most iconic buildings, Ceppo di Gre can now be a part of your home’s decor as well, through the Pietra laminate. The laminate pattern has captured the intricate design of the classic stone perfectly, with a super matte finish that gives it a contemporary look.
Featured laminates: Pietra Alfio DXP 1374XM (on wall), Craig Hoffmann Elm WY 4264X (on cabinets)
From left to right: Pietra Alfio DXP 1374XM, Pietra Angelo, DXP 1373XM
Explore more laminates from Lamitak’s new catalogue at the Lamitak Studio at 114 Lavender Street, CT Hub 2 #01-61 Singapore 338729. For more information, contact the studio at 6592-5200 and email@example.com; or drop by during the opening hours below
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