Ultra technological marble by Fabbrica Marmi e Graniti

Fabbrica Marmi e Graniti presents Patagonia MaxFine, the Hypertouch ultra technological marble also available in the Active Surfaces version

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Fabbrica Marmi e Graniti presents Patagonia MaxFine, a new marble surface with bold shapes and neutral colors that, mixed with shades of gold, copper and bronze, give the room a striking aesthetic effect. The decorative function of Patagonia MaxFine, therefore, makes it possible to decorate any type of environment with elegance and style.

Patagonia MaxFine is available in the Honed finish, with a natural effect, and Lapped, for a glossy/matte effect. The slabs are 6 mm thick and are available in 300×150, 150×150, 150×75, 75×75, and 75×37.5 cm sizes. Customized processing of the slab makes it possible to cover tables, furniture, as well as columns, doors and fireplaces. Not forgetting the traditional floor and wall application.

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Patagonia MaxFine, the ultra technological marble by Fabbrica Marmi e Graniti

Through the integration of specific home automation sensors, Patagonia MaxFine can become a Hypertouch surface, and control, with a light of pressure on the slab, audio and video devices, doors and windows, lighting and temperature control systems.

Alongside solutions offering greater aesthetic cleanliness, Fabbrica Marmi e Graniti provides innovative technology designed to improve the hygiene and safety of environments. In fact, Patagonia MaxFine is also available in the Active Surfaces version. In this case, the slab is covered with an eco-active material, patented and certified according to ISO standards, with antibacterial and antiviral properties (also anti-Covid-19). It also has anti-pollution, anti-odor and self-cleaning properties, which persist throughout the life cycle of the ceramic slab.

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