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This year, the multinational company developed an attractive stand for the event in order to encourage clients to view a range of different stone applications. Among them, the interior of the booth featured a “volume wall” of Marrón Emperador with three-dimensional pieces of the material, along with a Crema Marfil tile wall.
Other products on display at the Levantina booth were Bronze Marble, which has a brown background and extremely homogeneous circular patterns; Ocean Grey marble, which is predominantly and consistently grey with small evenly distributed cream veining; and Ocean White marble, with a pure white background and light gray veins, making it well-suited for the trend of classic white marble.
Levantina presented the Granite collection, a selection of 11 exclusive and exotic granites for kitchen countertops that includes materials of different colors, such as Lennon and Feratto, which come from the company’s own quarries in Brazil. All the materials in the new collection have unique properties and revolutionary anti-stain and bac-teria treatments, producing the hardest wearing natural product for countertops on the market.
Levantina also showcased its suitability as a partner to supply materials for architectural projects. A touch-screen television at the booth demonstrated the entire supply chain, including the quarries, cut-to-size factory and Project Centre, where its Technical Office supports the designer, who can see each mock-up.