Levantina’s innovative products at the service of Parisian architecture

1 February 2017

Archinnovations is consolidating its position as a benchmark event among the French specifier public, displaying the latest decorative solutions for architecture

For a few days, the Bastille Design Center becomes an exceptional stage for the exhibition of architectural innovations and surfaces. In the very heart of Paris, this industrial enclave with 19th-century reminiscences is the meeting point for architects and designers who wish to learn first-hand about the trends in construction materials.

This is why Levantina travels to the French capital to present its novelties in marbles, granites and Techlam®. The Alicante firm is positioned at the forefront of solid solutions for architecture with the recent launch of the thinnest and largest Crema Marfil Coto® marble panel on the market. With a 91x61-cm format and minimal 1.2-cm thickness, cream marble attains its greatest splendour, since by reducing the joins it turns into an endless mantle of natural beauty.

In recent years, Natural Stone has become the quintessential surface in the most exclusive interiors and exteriors. Levantina boasts a vast portfolio of neutral and timeless marbles for creating minimalist or more extreme decors. Furthermore, through Naturamia® Collection, it brings to the industry the exoticism of the most genuine stones for creating enchanting rooms.

For its part, the thin, large-format Techlam® porcelain material has become consolidated as a surface for major building works thanks to its unsurpassable technical qualities. With the launch of its latest Blaze, Slate, Stone, Deco, Wood and Steel collections, this porcelain panel seeks to respond to the latest trends in design and decoration.

Levantina has ample experience in the supply of Natural Stone and other surfaces for large architectural projects, making it the perfect partner for large-scale works. Prominent in France are works such as the residential T8 Tour Tolbiac in Paris, where the architect Rudy Ricciotti placed his trust in Emerald Pearl granite to clad the façade of this sinuous building; meanwhile, on the French Côte d’Azur, Crema Marfil Coto® by Levantina puts on a spectacular display as the cladding of the residential Parc Du Cap. Techlam®, in turn, has been chosen as the surface for some of the Christian Dior haute couture boutiques.

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