Granite is a hard stone of volcanic origin and is one of the intrusive rocks that emerge from solidified magma within the earth’s crust.
The blue-grey feldspars of the Spanish granite Azul Aran give the stone a unique structure in terms of hardness and resistance to abrasion and compression.
The surface of the slabs appears moving and unrepeatable.
From the quarry located in the Pyrenees, in the north-east of Spain, in the Val d’Aran from which the stone takes its name, are obtained large and rectangular blocks of high quality. The larger ones are intended for the production of kitchen tops and unique items, while the smaller ones are used for floors or other interior applications.
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