Labradorite Blue Australe is an exotic stone from Madagascar. It presents gems and iridescent minerals on its unique blue-green surface.
Labradorite Blue Australe Granite is a natural stone originally found in Madagascar and quarried in the region of Ihosy, Ihorombe Region, central south Madagascar from where it is exported to the UK and Europe.
It presents a background made up of blue to dark-blue and black colours, including iridescent pearls and minerals with striking crystalline feldspar features in green and golden tones, forming a truly amazing material that offers unparalleled luxury through natural beauty and strength to interior and exterior architectural areas alike.
Most Labradorite types are considers exotic natural stones and Labradorite Blue Australe granite is no exception. Lemurrian Blue granite pattern tends to vary from bock to block and a slab viewing appointment is always recommended to see the magnificence of this stone in person.
Labradorite Blue Australe Granite is an extremely versatile natural granite that is available in different finishes including honed polished, Anticato and bush hammered that enables different looks suiting relevant design environments.
Labradorite Blue Australe is suitable for use in kitchens, walls and floorings. It requires little maintenance whilst providing sophisticated looks in both interior and exterior applications that require natural stone that offers a refined appearance with incredible performance characteristics and strength.
Granite is an ideal stone to work with, offering the possibility of having seamless pieces across large surfaces such as kitchen worktops, bar counters, bathrooms, cladding, and islands.
Granite is a magmatic rock which is made from quartz and feldspar amongst other minerals. In the first place, it occurs naturally below the earth’s surface. Secondly, the process takes place over hundreds of thousands of years, resulting in an extremely strong stone.
It is also important to note Granite has been used over many civilizations in construction of buildings, monuments and paving. Most recently, it has become a material of choice for decoration. If a long history of it use over time was not enough, granite can be seen almost everywhere. In the same way, residential homes, commercial properties and restaurants use it too.
Natural Granite not offers unique and exotic looks, durability and strength. Not only that, but it also brings investment value to any property in which it is applied. Moreover, and when it comes to performance, the stone is great. The lack of calcium in granite ensures the stone does not etch like marble when exposed to acid present in lemons, oranges, etc
Besides this, granite varies in shape, patterns and colours. As an example, slab sizes will usually cover areas of between 5.5 metre square and 6.5 metre square. In other words, is ideal for large areas such as kitchen islands as it can be installed seamlessly.
When it comes to thicknesses, 20mm and 30mm are the most popular. It comes in standard finishes in polished, honed, satin and leather. This significantly allows for many options in terms of both design and style.
|Colour||Blue, Green, Silver|
|Suitable for||Exteriors, Interiors|
|Water Absorption Rate||0.25 - 0.35 %|
|Compressive Strength||138 MPa|
|Flexural Strength||16.3 MPa|