Namibian White marble incarnates everything we love about incorporating natural excellence to a residential home, commercial establishment and/or office design.
Originally quarried in Namibia, this marble is a delight to work with. A pure white backdrop with calciferous markings and subtle veining in off white-to-delicate light grey characterize this stone with an extremely versatile approach when it comes to design and architecture.
This natural stone can radically change the appearance and offers the possibility of having multiple design combinations of your space, which makes it ideal to add the best quality material to your project.
It is a premium building material and comes in thicknesses of 20mm and 30mm that stands out for its long-lasting attractiveness and ease of play.
Marble is formed by sedimentary rocks that have suffered a natural crystallization of the original minerals, resulting in interlocking stone rocks that vary in appearance according to the different minerals that compose it; which can be silica, sand, clay and iron oxides among others. These natural impurities allow for an endless variation of stone types which have made marble the most famous natural stone in the world.
Marble has been used since ancient times in the construction of monuments (Taj Mahal in India, Marble Arch in London, etc), statues (David by Michelangelo and paving amongst establishments of kings and emperors. More recently and with the advance of new technology and quarrying systems, marble has become more affordable and is present in the most beautiful homes as well as in hotels, restaurants and other spaces that dazzle onlookers. Marble has also gained popularity due to its luxurious appeal, timeless looks, durability and value it provides to any property in which it is applied.
Marble is a 100% natural product that varies in size, pattern and dimensions; making each piece unique. Slabs dimensions vary from block to block and cover an approximate area of 5.5m2.
Marble comes in standard thicknesses of 20mm and 30mm but can be sourced in thicker sheets and block formats.
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