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The Luni Marble of Doriphor by Polyclitus

The Doriphor (from the Greek word “doriforos”, which means “spear-bearer”) is a marble sculpture that dates back to the first half of the 5th century, as of today exhibited in the national archeological museum of Naples. The sculpture is the best Roman copy found in

Brazilian Ardisia: characteristics and uses

Brazilian Ardisia is a variety of metamorphic stones imported from Brazil. Particularly resistant to atmospheric agents, it’s ideal both for outdoor and indoor environments, after being properly processed. The easiness of the processing work, the affordability, and the excellent duration in time have contributed to

Fashion and marble: the project by Carrieres Du Hainaut

What link can unite Hainaut Blue Stone®, the most elegant and emblematic of Belgian natural stones, with the light and airy hats created by Fabienne Delvigne, official supplier to the Belgian Court? An innate sense of aesthetics and refinement, a spirit brimming with inventiveness, an

Marmo Arredo Milano: The New Showroom Just Off the Duomo

Combining the precision and reliability of technology with the passion for craftsmanship, in order to make every project unique, Marmo Arredo is a cutting-edge company that offers designers and architects the best and most vanguard machine tools, allowing the development of bold and innovative projects.

The Colored Marbles of Ancient Greece: History, Usage, Circulation

The natural stone from Ancient Greece, ever since centuries ago up until today, has been considered an architectonic, high-level material. In particular, marble is a stone that’s inseparable from the marvels of Greek art and architecture, a material that unquestionably generates an immediate sensation of

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