Giotto

Classic perfection

Ever since its ancient origins, and still today, the circle has always retained the expressive force in all the artistic, cultural, historical and scientific frameworks. It emulates the cyclic nature of time and in geometry it is the archetype of plane figures where groups of other figures can be perfectly inscribed or circumscribed. As for painting, the perfect circle does not exist in floors made with coarse stone, but it rather expresses the distinctive craftsmanship and a refined artistic balance. The Italporphyry Giotto line with porphyry cubes concentric circles represents a tangible evidence of this.

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Technical data sheet porphyry cubes concentric circles

Petrographic name Rhyolitic ignimbrite
Colour Non-dominant variable-colour grades: grey, red, red-violet and rust or mixed colours
Main processing Cubes obtained by mechanical splitting of stratified material having a natural quarry plane, with variable thickness
TYPE
(mm)
THICKNESS
(mm)
WEIGHT
(Kg/m²)
SUGGESTED APPLICATION USEFUL LAYING THICKNESS
(mm)
40/60 from 40 to 60 100 Pedestrian traffic
Very limited vehicle traffic
from 90 to 100
60/80 from 55 to 80 from 135 to 145 Light vehicle traffic from 120 to 140
80/100 from 75 to 110 from 180 to 190 Heavy vehicles from 150 to 170
100/120 from 100 to 130 from 220 to 250 Heavy vehicles
Urban fornishing
from 180 to 200
Tozzetto
60/80
from 40 to 60 100 Pedestrian traffic
Very limited vehicle traffic
from 90 to 100
80x80 from 40 to 60 100 Pedestrian traffic
Very limited vehicle traffic
from 90 to 100
60/80 from 55 to 80 140 Light vehicle traffic from 120 to 140
90x90 from 40 to 60 100 Pedestrian traffic
Very limited vehicle traffic
from 90 to 100
from 55 to 80 140 Light vehicle traffic from 120 to 140
100x100 from 40 to 60 100 Pedestrian traffic
Very limited vehicle traffic
from 90 to 100
from 55 to 80 140 Light vehicle traffic from 120 to 140
from 75 to 110 190 Heavy vehicles from 150 to 170