Concealed lightings made in stone from Lecce
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The Italian architect, Massimiliano Raggi runs the company Room and designs the stone of Lecce, alabaster and slate contemporary and clean decorative collection.
The stone of Lecce is used in architecture since the ancient time, it tells us about tradition.
Its warm colour, the smooth surface, the pleasure of touch, bring back to memory the warmth and embracing atmosphere of the Southern Italy.
The timeless beauty of this material is exalted by an accurate choice of the stone blocks, the cut of the stone sometimes put to the light fossilized algae hidden for many yaers and give to the pieces a wonderfull style.
Alabaster comes from quarries in Toscany, near Firenze. Very white and translucent.
Slate is quarried from Liguria, the area of Genova.