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Calaccata

Calacatta quartz

Calacatta Extra by Atlas Plan is characterized by a compact and luminous white, with a play of gray veins and golden reflections. A marble effect that adapts perfectly to both classic and modern environments, a particularity that makes the slab easy to combine even with any other material or effect.

The white color and soft veins give the porcelain tile an elegant and sophisticated character. Available in different formats, finishes and thicknesses to enable its continuous application on all types of surfaces, achieving a visually uniform result.

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Calacatta gold

Calacatta marble is a highly recognized Italian variety that has enjoyed great prestige and popularity throughout the history of architecture. Sculptors and architects of Imperial Rome or Renaissance and Baroque Italy used it in great projects of universal renown.

It is an off-white marble with a network of gray veins of arborescent morphology. Each line varies in intensity, course and thickness. Occasionally, we can find some amber stains and some smoke-colored glazes.

Calacatta light marble panels for large format Stonesize allow thicknesses from 5 mm to 20 mm and a maximum size of 2700 x 1450 mm. Its weight is almost three times less than its equivalent in conventional thickness (2 cm).

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Calacatta price

The story behind the Calacatta marbleNot all marble is the same. Calacatta marble is highly sought after for many reasons. One of these reasons is the fact that Calacatta has been used in some of the most famous buildings in history: castles and cathedrals, for the most part.

Calacatta still comes from Italy today, along with much of the rest of the world’s marble. It has been used for sculptures and other beautiful buildings since before the time of Michelangelo (it was said to be his favorite stone to work with), who is often associated with working with this beautiful natural stone.

Calacatta characteristics

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