STONE ITALIANA | Paris, Académie de coiffeure
STONE ITALIANA | Shangai. Expo 2010
STONE ITALIANA | New York. Armani Fifth Avenue
STONE ITALIANA | Top Kwork
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About Stone Italiana
Stone Italiana was established in Verona in 1979 and is today a leading-edge manufacturer of recomposed quartz and marble surfaces. Over the years, Stone Italiana’s production has been a reflection of a new way of perceiving and using stone, something much like a semantic revolution. Stone Italiana has rediscovered qualities which are found in the natural world, such as uniqueness, non-repeatability and variety, yet it never tried to imitate nature. Rather, it has drawn inspiration from it to develop brand new materials that offer improved performance to an ever more discerning market.
Research is Stone Italiana’s way of being and interacting with ideas, design and intuitions. However, there can be no research without experimentation and this is a top priority at Stone Italiana, through all production steps, from aesthetic considerations to product performance.
Stone Italiana has an on-going commitment to producing surfaces with enhanced mechanical strength, reduced thickness, weight and always experimenting with new colours and textures, while trying out mixture compositions and grades tailored to the Customer’s needs. Thus, innovation and technology are the key factors of the quality culture that has always set Stone Italiana apart.
Since 1979 Stone Italiana has been dedicated to excellence in terms of design, quality and sensitivity towards issues such as environment, workers’ safety and health. This is the concept on which Stone Italiana bases the application of an integrated Management System for Quality, Environment and Occupation Safety, complying with ISO 9001:2008, ISO 14001:2004, OHSAS 18001:2007 standards, which is the result of a number of responsability actions taken by the Company.
At Stone Italiana, we are always committed to research, development and innovation and are always ready to take on new challenges. Our creative research process has become known as the “idea lab” used by architects, developers and designers who want to experiment with new aesthetic solutions, and which, in turn, is nurtured by them. So we chose to share our message with them and work with them in developing special color shades, tones, innovative inserts and textures, and exclusive combinations of materials. Typical examples of this approach are the flooring we have developed for clients such as Armani, Chloé, Pucci, Benetton, Fendi, Trussardi, Swatch and Deutsche Bank, and others.