The beautiful infrastructures of Paris saw their architecture built with the most elegant Marbles. Stunning buildings, such as the Palais Garnier used Calacata Marbles for their façades. While the marbles were not indigenous to France, they have become a part of the culture, as well as the infrastructure of the capital city. Marble in France dates to the ages of Napoleon, adding a historical edge to Marble products. With this historical style, Artscut has designed a stunning range of Marble products.
Carrara Marble is the original Marble in the stone industry. The subtle, yet frequent veins throughout the stone create a unique identity to Carrara. However, while Marble itself is a strong product, its ability to deal with acids and scratches are questionable. At Artscut, we have developed a beautiful quartz that mirrors Carrara Marble.
Carrara (quartz) consists of 92% natural quartz, with added resins. This produces a material that is scratch and stain resistant, making quartz the most adaptable stone to the demands of the kitchen.
Artcuts’ Carrara offers the aesthetical beauty of Marble, as well as the strength of engineered stones.