CREMA_MARFIL_COTO_LEVANTINA

Crema marfil marble: timelessness and elegance

Crema Marfil Coto® marble is recognised as one of the best cream marbles in the world. It is ideal for architecture and interior design projects because of its  refined hues and delicate natural veining. A jewel of nature selected at Levantina’s own quarry in Pinoso, Alicante.

Its uniform veins, its soft palette that goes with everything, and its superior quality are a few of the reasons why this stone is among the most suitable solutions for large architectural projects.

Its resistance to impact, adverse weather, and water is without equal. Such a high level of quality would not be possible without the rigorous selection process ensured by Levantina’s team of experts. And all this is always done with a sole purpose in mind: satisfying the most discerning customers.

 

Applications and advantages of Crema Marfil Coto®

Indoor flooring, wall cladding, bathroom worktops, and even furniture. The charm of this natural stone seems to have no bounds.

While this cream marble is at its best in indoor flooring, its elegance also stands out in wall cladding.
It is in these two types of surfaces that the material has its most commanding presence, giving a feeling of spaciousness and luminosity. Its perfect colour remains unaltered over time.
On the other hand, in bathroom worktops, for instance, or as tables and as part of other kind of furniture, Crema Marfil Coto® marble adds that touch of sophistication that every home needs. Its lustre, resistance to impacts and scratches, as well as to fire and heat, and its low porosity make it an ideal material for uses such as these.

 

Monte Coto Crema Marfil has physical and aesthetic properties that are valued and recognised around the world by the most prestigious architects and interior designers.

Because of its characteristics and features, you may easily find this marble at the most modern airports, the most important public buildings in the world, office buildings, exclusive shopping centres, and main hotel lobbies.
Many private homes have also benefitted from the aesthetic and physical properties of this singular material. In addition to everything that has already been said, the most outstanding features of this natural stone also include its shine and its timelessness.

 

Luminous finish with mirror effect

A polished finish gives this material high-gloss perfection. This has the advantage of visually expanding spaces and providing great luminosity.

Other finishes available include the honed finish, which offers a smooth and luminous surface with less reflection. It is the ideal finish to give greater relevance to the stone.

An aged finish gives texture, enhancing the natural properties of the stone and the aesthetic force of its veins. This finish is obtained by applying a special treatment that produces a somewhat irregular surface.

Lastly, the bush hammered finish produces a rough effect and a rugged touch. This increases the material’s resilience and makes it perfect for outdoor use.

 

The largest deposit of Crema Marfil

This natural jewel comes from Levantina’s large site in the town of Pinoso, Alicante. 

Levantina currently manages the largest cream marble site in the world at the Crema Marfil Monte Coto quarry in Pinoso, Alicante.

 

To appreciate the quality of this natural stone first-hand, our customers may visit the Levantina Marble Centre. This facility with a floor area of over 20,000 square metres is extremely well lit, so customers can examine our ivory cream marble selection in a pleasant setting. There is also a 1,000-square-metre technical area that is fully equipped for designing and overseeing large works. 

 

Crema Marfil Coto® also meets all international technical standards, including the EC Declaration of Conformity and ASTM.

 

To find inspiration and explore the possibilities offered by this material, we invite you to visit the following section on Levantina’s website: https://www.levantina.com/es/producto/crema-marfil-coto/inspiracion

You May Also Like

Levantina and Building Information Modelling (BIM) technology

Real-life stories from our female talent

Leave a Reply