Mosaic for exterior and sophisticated interior design. Walls, floors, ceilings, facades, swimming pools, countertops.

Mosaic panno - is an image made of glass modules, ceramics, glazes or semi-precious gemstones that integrate into a single composition.

Mosaic - a unique material, distinguished by the multitude of colors and textures that can satisfy the needs of any modern design solutions. The ornaments, decorative compositions and whole picture are inlayed with mosaic.

Mosaic has a high impact resistance, endurance and zero coefficient of water absorption, making it suitable for facing the swimming pools, saunas and facades.

The history of mosaic dates back to the 2nd half of 4th millennium BC. - The time of construction of palaces and temples in the Sumerian cities of Mesopotamia. The art of mosaic reached its heyday in the Antiquity epoch.

Our artists develop unique original compositions based on classic designs and modern minimalist design trends.

Roman mosaics - rises in ancient Rome, in those days mosaic was a skilful adorment of aristocratic mansions and important municipal institutions. It was a modular mosaic, the size of modules varieted from 0.5 cm to 2 cm. Applying this technique specialists use natural stones (different sorts of marble, lazurite, jasper).

Byzantine mosaic - smalto. As a material in the technique of Byzantine mosaic the coloured cubes, the glass, pigmented in the mass are used. This kind of mosaic is notable for its wide color range.

Florentine mosaic is so called because the masters of Florence were the first who used natural stone patterns to recieve finished paintings. A distinctive feature of the Florentine mosaic - careful, seamless matching of stone plates arranged in a single plane. Artistic effect of the mosaic based on the ideal selection of stone tints using its natural pattern. 

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