Upcycling
Marble

made in italy

From left over pieces to a new sustainable cycle 

Stonethica was born as a production of stone materials within an eco-sustainable cycle: the left over pieces deriving from the processing of marble and natural stone , are recycled and assembled in Stonethica slabs thanks to a non-toxic two-component resin.

Natural Stone

 
Stonethica is a product that is realized with a recycled content between 98.6% and 99.4%.
Nature is a valuable asset that must be preserved while marble is a finite resource : we need to rethink marble.

Eco-Sustainable

 

 Stonethica, created thanks to a green system of reusing and assembling waste is (not exclusively for this reason) part of an innovative economic fabric called Circular Economy.

Great Visibility

 
Ideal for floors, walls, kitchen counters , bathrooms and interior design. We search, select and assemble the Apuan marble to share a beauty that does not derive from novelty but from a wise recovery.

Projects and achievements

An action is much more than a thought; it is its very realization.
Stonethica tells us with its inimitable style a story of awareness and quality,
through its rhythm and its plots.

Find a distributor near you

Stonethica products are all over the world with retailers selected for their quality and their environmental commitment.

from
WASTE
to
WOW

Relive the Stonethica process by creating a slab that comes from marble processing waste. You can combine up to 6 materials in any way you wish.
Share and save your work in the material gallery.

Rethink Online

 

News from the Stonethica world.

Stonethica in Amsterdam

Stonethica in Amsterdam

📌 Where can you find Stonethica's materials and products?📌 In Holland for example: one of our dealers is Piastrelle in Amsterdam. ♻️🚿 From marble scraps to an entirely upcycled Calacatta. Natural elegance, relaxation and harmony in the shower! 

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Stonethica takes us back in time!

Stonethica takes us back in time!

Have you ever seen a Cosmatesque floor?Between the 12th and the 13th century the Cosmati family in Rome started a wonderful tradition. They developed a unique and elegant design, creating colorful marble/granite floors like stone "carpets" or for other liturgical...

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