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A realistic render of Stone Italiana's Brilliante Black by ArtiCAD
A realistic render of Stone Italiana’s Brilliante Black by ArtiCAD

Italian Luxury Surfaces, sole UK distributor of Stone Italiana’s innovative range of quartz worktops, has joined the ArtiCAD Supplier Partnership Programme. The company’s beautifully manufactured surfaces are now available as a comprehensive graphics catalogue within the ArtiCAD-Pro software, to help designers differentiate their designs and add value to their customers.

We chose ArtiCAD as our first CAD partner because we have been impressed by the innovative developments they have made, particularly their acceleration over the last few years. We wanted to ensure that designers can access high-quality, accurate graphics of our products and create inspirational, photo realistic designs for their customers. The realism of the ArtiCAD graphics allows designers and consumers to really appreciate the quality and sophistication of our materials.

Philip Winter, Sales and Marketing Director, Italian Luxury Surfaces

For more information on the Stone Italiana range of quartz worktops and ceramic surfaces, visit the UK website here:

Get in contact now to discuss your natural stone or quartz work surface requirements – contact us

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Cosmolite by Stone Italiana – a truly environmentally-friendly material

Cosmolite by Stone Italiana
Worksurface made entirely from recycled pre-consumer waste by Stone Italiana.

The latest innovation from leading-edge manufacturer of recomposed quartz and marble surfaces Stone Italiana, will be arriving soon in the UK. Made entirely from pre-consumer recycled materials, COSMOLITE demonstrates Stone Italiana’s leadership in material technology.

COSMOLITE is a hi-tech slab designed to provide the design world a truly environmentally friendly material option in terms of both aesthetics and composition. Made from inert materials other than quartz that are 100% derived from pre-consumer recycled waste, COSMOLITE is wonderfully simple to process and handle – exactly what surface installers need and request.

This fascinating material is designed for use as surfaces in kitchens, bathrooms and in larger spaces where technical performance is a must.

To find out more, please contact us and keep an eye on the Collections page of the UK Stone Italiana website for the full details.

Adding value to our Fabrication partners – interview in Natural Stone Specialist

Italian Luxury Surfaces Phil Winter
Phil Winter, the Sales & Marketing Director of Italian Stone Surfaces, in front of some of Stone Italiana’s range of Kerit porcelain.

Our Sales & Marketing Director, Phil Winter talks to Natural Stone Specialist about how Italian Luxury Surfaces can add value to our fabrication partners.

We’re building our business on solid foundations focused on adding value to our customers

Phil Winter, Sales & Marketing Director

Natural Stone Specialist magazine Editor Eric Bignell, spoke to Phil Winter about Italian Luxury Surfaces and how it offers “everything that the discerning fabricator needs“. Since its foundation in 2017, Italian Luxury Surfaces has supplied stone fabricators with hard to find and beautiful natural stone due to a preferential supply agreement with Mondial Granit; quartz and ceramic slabs from leading manufacturer Stone Italiana; and highly-efficient tools for processing natural stone, marble, quartz and ceramics with Wodiam tooling.

The interview also covered one of Italian Luxury Surfaces’ champion causes; VOC emissions and potential health risks from untested and unverified worktops in the home and commercial settings. Certification and verification of the composition of a quartz worktop by a manufacturer is currently voluntary and unverified work surfaces are potentially emitting harmful VOCs into the food and drink, and immediate environment into which they are installed. See the certifications Stone Italiana has secured to confirm the safety of their materials.

To read the full article visit Natural Stone Specialist magazine here: