Palladian stone flooring is a floor composed by multiple pieces of irregular shapes and sizes. This typology of natural stone floor dates back to Roman times, with opus incertum technique, whose installation is totally irregular, without geometrical rules and without uniformity of dimension of the pieces.
Palladian floors are often use for outdoor environments like pools, gardens and solariums. This stone, in fact is anti-slip and athermal. The key advantage of Palladian floor is the speed of laying, together with low economic impact for initial purchase, as it can cover large surfaces.
Palladian floors: different style solutions
Palladian stone floor is realized by Musicco company in two different typologies: wire saw (raw) and antiqued. Both of them come from reclaimed or cutting materials. Wire saw Palladian has a white color and its edges are at right angles, while in antiqued Palladian color is always white but its edges are slightly rounded by antiquing process (tumbling). Most used thicknesses are 2 cm and 3 cm but Musicco company can eventually supply other thicknesses like 1.2 cm or 5 cm, or others on request.