The microcement, also known as ultrafine cement, is a cementitious coating that can be applied to other existing materials, thus hiding the flaws and fissures produced over time and by external aggressions. Although it is a very fine material is extremely durable and is available for application both indoors and outdoors in all kinds of surfaces. – INDOOR: floors, kitchens, bathrooms, hallways, stairs, walls… – OUTDOOR: terraces, pools, patios, sports courts… The microcement is a variety of cement that modified with high strength and durability polymers becomes a smooth cement, fine and very tough. One of the main advantages possessed by microcement is the wide variety of colors that exist for its application, and the different color shades within each color. When microcement has been correctly applied it adheres permanently to the surface on which it has been applied perfectly and can resist outdoor weather attacks and / or continuous people walking. It is also an ideal material for applications in public buildings such as museums. MICROCEMENT BENEFITS – It is aesthetic and stylish. – It is highly versatile. – Can be applied on any surface. – No need to remove the existing material. – It has no joints, is homogeneous. – It’s really fine: 2 mm. – No cracks. – It has high strength, high durability and endurance to external aggressions. – It is available in a wide range of colors.
Decorative iridescent finish for interiors
This material is only made for interior is special iridescent effect soft to the touch with silky appearance, perfect for creating classic and modern atmospheres, very luxurious elegant finish with a subtle sparkle able to create surfaces full of movement and tonal interest according to the hand of the decorator.
Is a cost effective alternative solution to paint or wall paper, its durable, cleanable, hardwearing and low maintenance, non toxic, water based material that prevents from mould, fungal and algal growth.
“Stucco Veneziano” or venetian plaster is a decorative finish that imitates venetian marble, it was first discovered in Venice Italy around 1450 in order to cover the needs of architects and decorators to reproduced a material similar to real marble, that technique involved mixing aerial lime with marble dust and linseed oil blended when hot, application was carried out in 6-7 layers and decorators used it in high class residence. Fifty years later the technique disappeared and came back to life in mid 70.
We have few types of material most common in use is lime (calcium) and acrylic, both highly glossy when polished.
The tones and effects that appearing on walls depends on the skills of the decorator.
Material is friendly in use, non toxic and provides durability, resistant to atmospheric agents, aloud the walls to breathe and is resistance to mould makes perfect to use, it’s been characterized like the most elegant and aristocratic effect.