excellent aesthetic results that other materials cannot offer.
Some clients are afraid of stains and chips Thanks to its hardness, properly treated and waterproofed quartzite can confidently sustain everyday use but the top must of course be treated in the right way. Personally, I am a fan of the passing of time and the signs it leaves on materials. I am often happy to look back, years later, at marble tops in restaurant kitchens or at bar tops, stained by saucepans or coffee cups: over the course of the years, the stains themselves have uniformed and become a form of design in the design.
Quartzite is an ideal material for walls and vertical surfaces. A "Fossil
Brown" quartzite with nautiloids was used for this walk-in shower.
Images 1-2-3: Projects designed by the architect Mario Santini.
Time leaves wrinkles in marble just as it does on a beautiful face, marked by pride and elegance over the years.
A cornerstone of the Santini style is the rediscovery and use of wallpaper featuring vintage geometries and floral motifs, which he expertly harmonises with noble materials such as marble, granite, onyx and quartzite.
In opposition to total white, Mario Santini plays with colours, mixing them and dosing
them with great sensitivity. We should not be afraid of colours, yet if you don t feel them, it s impossible to find their pastiness and they
may turn against you! , warns Santini.