Our precast terrazzo can be used in a wide variety of applications where durability, beauty, and value are all equally important. Perfect for high-traffic areas, our precast products are available in both standard shapes and sizes as well as custom applications.
Terrazzo is a composite material made by mixing marble, granite, quartz or glass chips with a binder such as cement or resin. The rough mixture is applied to walls and floors before being polished.
The protruding stone pieces create an irregularly flecked surface that adds a fun, organic feel to interiors. Alternatively, terrazzo can be pre-cast into tiles, surfaces or objects such as vases and basins and practical terrazzo kitchens.
Terrazzo is a unique technology! It allows you to fill in any shape (floors, steps, thresholds, countertops, window sills, sinks, shower floors, interior items) and mix any materials. With the help of specially prepared metal inserts and dividers of drawings with the smallest details.
Thanks to progress and modern technologies, TERRAZZO is used both in apartments and cottages, as well as in shopping and business centers, airports, banks, cafes, hotels.
Cladding stairs, floors, making countertops, window sills, wall panels, sinks, all kinds of home accessories — all this and much more. And kitchen countertops will not leave indifferent any hostess.
Exquisite interior items from Art-Terrazzo will breathe new life into the interior and add uniqueness to your surrounding space.
- incombustibility (unlike artificial stone)
- heat resistance;
- wear resistance;
- excellent aesthetic and decorative properties;
- environmental Safety;
- ease of care
- not exposed to ultraviolet radiation
- resistance to aggressive reagents
Beautiful terrazzo floors, several hundred years old, adorn Italian monuments and ancestral palazzo. And each of these genders is unique. You may never dream of it, but today you can walk the beautiful terrazzo floors in many of the world’s alleys. The Hollywood Walk of Stars, for example, is nothing like terrazzo. Several Italian brands, including Prada, Valentino and MSGM, use terrazzo in their boutiques.