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Texo, Kreoo weaves marble like a fabric



Weaving marble. A combination of words with an impossible meaning becomes the perfect description for Texo (its name comes from the Latin word for “to weave”), the wall covering designed by Enzo Berti for Kreoo with stripes that overlay to create a three-dimensional texture.

Similar to a wide-mesh fabric, the craftmanship transforms marble into a pure texture made of thin perpendicular stripes, perfect for vertical coverings for living rooms, bathrooms or even public spaces.

In addition, the vivid and iridescent nature of the material is enriched by details that are never identical: in its game of layering, Texo is available both in a combination of marbles (Bianco Carrara, Bianco del Re, Calacatta Carrara, Grigio Bardiglio Light, Nero Marquina, Persian Grey e Verde Ming) and in marble combined with metal: here there is a wider decorative effect, where the game of full and empty spaces can be embellished by the insertion of a base in gold, pink or dark bronze effect.

The standard size for each module is 60×60 cm, with a thickness of 3 cm. Both size and thickness can be customized according to the customers’ needs, allowing to create compositions where marble is freed from the static form and is shaped to create precious volumes.