|Other Names||Aurisina Fiorita marble, Aurisina Fiorito Marble, Aurisina Granitello marble, Aurisina Chiara Marble, Repen Classico Marble, Repen Zolla marble, Fior Di Mare marble, Roman Stone Marble|
|Finishes||Polished, Honed, Sawn, Rockfaced, Sandblasted, Tumbled, Acid Wash, Antique|
|Country of Origin||Italy|
|MIA Soundness Class||B|
|Fire Performance||0 flame spread (per ASTM E 84)|
|Freeze Thaw Resistance||Good|
|Panel Sizes||Up to 4'×8' (1220mm×2440mm)|
|Structural Performance (on Honeycomb)||Excellent|
In a region in Italy about 15 kilometers off Trieste, an area reveals a marvelous find. Called Aurisina Marble, its name is derived from a quaint village from which it is quarried. It is also referred to as Aurisina Fiorita Marble, Aurisina Fiorito Marble, Aurisina Granitello Marble, Aurisina Chiara Marble, Repen Classico Marble, Repen Zolla Marble, Fior Di Mare Marble, and Roman Stone Marble.
Aurisina Marble's neutral beige color makes it quite versatile. The light hue gives it the ability to blend well with a variety of other materials, making it an ideal and versatile material. From classic to modern, Aurisina Marble can be incorporated into any design.
Stoneply's process of combining marble with aluminum honeycomb results in a stone panel that is so light that it can be lifted by hand. Because of this, shipping costs can be reduced by up to 60 percent. But more than just convenient, StonePly Aurisina Marble panels are fire, hurricane, and earthquake resistant. StonePly's uniform strength means that it does not exhibit any weak spots. Thus, Aurisina Marble stone panels are able to meet even the most stringent of safety standards. It is perfect for countertops and bars, stone curtain walls, elevator panels, and even water walls and fountains.
Like a hidden pearl, Aurisina Marble proves that real beauty can come from the most unexpected places.
You are probably more familiar with marble than you realize. From Michelangelo's mighty carrara marble David, to the intricately carved cenotaphs of the Taj Mahal, to the royal Marble Arch of Buckingham Palace, marble has been the stuff of civilized architecture and art for centuries. Being a form of limestone, it is softer than granite, making it more susceptible to deterioration and wear but a simple, regular maintenance routine will keep marble looking beautiful.
Marble has a soft, sophisticated aura. Small interior spaces will especially benefit from marble's less "busy" feel when compared to granite thanks to its large, flowing veins.
Certain marbles can be “book matched,” meaning the edges of two panels are paired to create a mirror image. Book matching's effect is best expressed on large panels.