Origin: Italy(Provincia di Roma, Lazio)
Travertino Romano, also known as Romano Classico Travertine or Travertino Classico, is a timeless and iconic natural stone originating from quarries in the Lazio region of Italy, specifically in the Provincia di Roma. This travertine boasts a rich history and a unique appearance that exudes classical elegance and enduring allure.
One of the most distinguishing characteristics of Travertino Romano is its distinctive texture, marked by naturally occurring voids and cavities that are either filled or left open during the finishing process. These natural irregularities lend the stone a visually intriguing texture, creating a tactile and three-dimensional surface. The size and distribution of these voids can vary, imparting the stone with its signature rustic and organic charm.
Travertino Romano's color palette typically spans warm beige to creamy ivory tones, encompassing a neutral spectrum that effortlessly harmonizes with a wide range of design styles. This versatility makes it a fitting choice for both traditional and contemporary spaces. Its warm hues evoke a timeless appeal and infuse a touch of Mediterranean charm into any interior or exterior application.
- Water Absorption:0.80%
- Density:2473 kg/m3 Flexural
- Strength:13.24 - 15.60 MPa
- Compressive Strength:107.42 - 110.9 MPa