Marazzi Tile’ s Archaeology series is like a treasure
The story of Marazzi’s Archaeology is written like a Hollywood film script where ancient magic combined with present day technology makes it worthy of a Indiana Jones like quest, to get it these pieces installed in your humble home.
The Marazzi Tile’s Archaeology collection of porcelain tiles is a cleverly designed collection inspired by travertine. We all know that travertine is a type of porous limestone, which was extensively used in the creation of yesteryear’s impressive architecture designed by ancient peoples of the world. To recreate the look of this much loved natural stone onto elegant looking porcelain tiles, today’s most advanced printing technology has been used to make these slabs look almost the same as their ancient natural stone ancestors.
Under the Marazzi Tile’s Archaeology collection, you will be given four color options which all inspired by the appearance of the natural stone look of limestone used to build those olden times massive constructs. You may relieve those classical times depicted in the Bible or the Greek classical books and even some of the turbulent years known in the history of the Romans, in terms of gorgeous looking architecture.
Fantasize about creating architecture that look like the internal structure of the temple of Aphrodite with the sandy light tan color of Babylon or recreate an upper class lavishly styles Roman villa with Chaco Canyon with its saturated in grey pigment tanned color. The Troy present a natural looking shade best described as a dark tan or light brown where you can use this piece as an offering for the goddess Athena in a true contrast of styles and the Crystal River, a mix of dark tan, grey and creamy hues installation as part of a modern Italian design instead.
The high shade variation in these pieces are capture the appearance of a naturally formed stone and come in sizes 6 ½ x 6 ½, 6 ½ x 13, 13 x 13, 12 x 24, and 20 x 20. Create an atmosphere of elegance, class, and sophistication with this collection to accentuate classical furniture or stone works of art that you may already have.