A technique used by the ancient romans who used cocciopesto for its impermeable qualities.
Today it is still used as cladding for walls, for flooring and for its decorative features thanks to its durability and resistance.
Following ancient methods handed down through the centuries by our ancestors, you can choose a specific production technique and havemodern or classical visual effects while still maintaining the promise of a natural, healthy and unique environment.
WHY CHOOSE COCCIOPESTO PROCESSING
The manufacture of cocciopesto was already being used by the ancient romans as cladding for the base and walls of baths hewn in stone or of cisterns, due to its durability.
RESISTANT AND FLEXIBLE
Cocciopesto is a durable and flexible material made from a mixture of finely crushed tiles or bricks and fine aerial lime-based mortar.
Thanks to the materials which make it up, cocciopesto is a natural product suitable for environmentally sustainable restructuring work, to name but one purpose.
In ancient times cocciopesto was used to make the amphoras. From that time its perfect impermeable qualities were discovered and subsequently exploited for the aqueducts.
Thanks to the absence of chemical products and volatile organic compounds, cocciopesto is a material of a certain purity, non-toxic and antibacterial.
Depending on manufacturing methods, you can have modern or classic visual effects, without sacrificing the promise of a natural environment.