Vetrite surfaces: no limits to imagination

Vetrite surfaces by SICIS, the perfect solution for indoor and outdoor use

Thanks to its versatility and beauty, glass has been used in architecture since the times of the ancient Romans. In recent decades, interior design and architecture have rediscovered the use of this material, which has become increasingly popular; Vetrite, the innovation by Sicis, has also contributed to the expansion of this beautiful and 100% recyclable material. Vetrite by Sicis is a collection of large laminated glass slabs, available in more than 200 colors, suitable for both interior and exterior coating.


Thanks to its characteristics, Vetrite can be made in various thicknesses, starting from 6 mm, to be used for wall or floor applications; moreover, the opalescent, backlit slabs allow for special graphic effects. Vetrite can also be used to cover pieces of furniture such as tables, sideboards, bookcases, walk-in closets; tempering, made upon request, makes the surface suitable for use in the kitchen for both worktops and induction hobs.

Important steps forward have also been made in the field of technology. Vetrite can be supplied in combination with an integrated system of touch switches that make it possible to manage the lighting and/or the home automation system.

Discover the lounge bar counter in Vetrite by Sicis


Greater thicknesses and special tempering treatments also allow it to be used structurally both indoors and outdoors; with Vetrite it is possible to create impressive walls, parapets, sunscreen systems or external façades, just to give some examples.

Vetrite surfaces can thus become a key element in the design of an environment or a building both for structural functions and as a decorative covering for walls or floors.


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