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Continuous floors

The continuous floors are made with the same "fresco on fresco" technique as the Venetian floors, but have the particularity of being composed of marble chips with a smaller diameter, which results in a uniform and seamless surface.

Smooth and modern look

The joints only in the vicinity of doors and openings and the total absence of joints mean that the continuous floors offer a current and modern look.

An important feature of continuous floors is the ease of cleaning and maintenance. Given the lack of joints, there are no spaces where dirt or liquids can infiltrate, consequently it is easier to keep the floor clean and sanitized. These are characteristics that make continuous floors suitable for a vast range of environments for both public and private use.

In terms of design, continuous floors offer a wide range of composition possibilities. These materials are available with different finishes, colors and textures, allowing you to create customized effects and adapt to different architectural styles. They can also be applied to horizontal and vertical surfaces, allowing for a consistent and uniform look throughout the room.

Standard Venetian floor

Continuous floor

Venetian floors and continuous floors

The difference between Venetian floors and continuous floors lies in their composition and aesthetic appearance.
The Venetian floors are characterized by the mixture of cement, sand, water and grit, which offers a unique decorative aspect.
continuous floors are characterized by a uniform surface without visible interruptions, made with materials mixed with finer grit.
Both types of flooring offer distinct benefits and can be adapted to different tastes and aesthetic needs.