New introductions at Marmomacc 2010
Companies from around the world have gathered in Verona, Italy, this week for Marmomacc, the annual international stone exhibition, which is now in its 45th year. And the show floor hasn't disappointed with large displays of innovation.
Long-standing exhibitors such as Italian-based Antolini Luigi once again are attracting visitors with its dazzling showcase of slabs from its Precioustone collection. Additionally, the international stone producer is grabbing the interest of attendees with the introduction of its Natura Collection -- featuring various animal patterns that are etched on stone pieces.
Another display that is attracting attention on the exhibition floor is Marblelace, which features intricately cut pieces of stone that resemble the look of lace. The pieces in this product line can provide a decorative element in deigns.
CaesarStone also expresses awareness of the environment and the Green Building movement with its Classico collection that is recycled. Slabs in the collection consist of material that has been reused instead of being left for waste.
These are just a few of the many new introductions that are being shown at Marmomacc this year. The show will continue until Saturday, October 2.