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09 – ARTICLE

Rosso Venato Dolomite

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ROSSO VENATO DOLOMITE

 

Underground stones and rocks, which are the building blocks of the world, have been among the greatest helpers of people in the history scene. Their hard, durable and sharp shapes allow them to be unresponsive and robust against external influences while we shape them as we wish with the technologies we have. These natural stones, which we have used in many areas such as designing machinery, equipments, vehicles, houses, furnitures, decorative objects, are especially preferred because of their aesthetic appearance and the ease of use. Marble, the most important of these natural stones, is antibacterial due to the high minerals it contains, and its patterns in different colors and varieties are aesthetically pleasing and, when examined with a microscope, it is very strong due to the calcite crystals that are tightly interlocked. Rosso Venato Marble is one of the fashionable marble types of recent years with red veins on a cold white background. Originally, the natural colors of marbles are white and red, but they can come in different colors because of the different minerals and substances mixed into them. Rosso Venato Dolomite is a natural, more romantic and sophisticated version of rare and popular white marbles. This stone, which has adorned especially corporate and social buildings designed with aesthetic concern, is one of the marbles with the widest application areas.

 

ROSSO VENATO DOLOMITE

HISTORY

Rosso Venato Marble is a stone that creates the veined, minimal structure of Byzantine columns and has assertive and sharp lines with its crackle patterns. Noble and plain, Rosso Venato Dolomite is a perfect fit for architects, engineers and designers with refined tastes and a sense of simplicity. As an inimitable stone, it gives more space, air and brightness to places. Being an alternative to plain white marble types, Rosso Venato has a high level of coherence that makes it harmonize with furnitures, floors, wall paints, carpet and fabrics, different stones, concrete and woods in every color and texture. However, as a reccomended using, it adds a delightful liveliness to the composition of the wood with and beige, coffee foam, cream and white undertones. It’s a unique stone that tasteful designers will fall in love with at first sight and know exactly where to use it. All these features make it stand out among the popular, fashionable marble stones of the 21st century.

 

ROSSO VENATO DOLOMITE

USAGE AREAS

As mentioned before, the recommended application areas for Rosso Venato Marble are quite wide. Although it is suitable for both interior and exterior designs, it is mainly used by architects, engineers and designers in interior designs and decorative garden ornaments and furniture. The reason for this is that the extremely bright and reflective surface adds dimension to the interiors but cannot fully reveal its beauty because of sunlight in the outdoor places. Its rich mineral content ensures that Rosso Venato Dolomite is antibacterial and moisture-retaining. Thus, it is a great stain-proof, self-cleaning alternative for bathrooms, baths, countertops, shower cabins, sinks, bathtubs, floor and wall claddings, mosaics etc. In addition, it is the best way to make support columns decorative, especially in wall applications. It is also used with great admiration in the production of ornamental pools, sculptures, panels, reception / security cabins, waiting rooms, hospitals, hotels, Turkish baths, and decorative objects.