Original and rich in unique details: SM Marble – Palladio Fenice is one of the latest materials launched and is already garnering kudos.

The new material, presented at Marmomacc 2018, plays on contrasts and hints at the great revival of Venetian flooring. A trend that is making a comeback in the projects of designers and architects who are using it in vintage style projects and private residences. Elegant and never cliché, Venetian flooring is always a high-value choice that wins over even the most sceptical. Who do we recommend it to? To those seeking to make a bold and unconventional statement. Palladio Fenice is the ideal choice to stand out and furnish your space in style.

The response to new trends

Let’s take one step back. How did Palladio Fenice come about? The idea was to find an interesting response to current trends and create a product that could adapt to market demands. Natural stones already used for other materials, such as Verde Alpi and Rosa Corallo, were combined in an extremely original way at the Santamargherita workshop. The choice of colour stems from an in-depth study of the trends in the world of interior design at international level:  Green and Pink are two of the most popular colours, increasingly found in new projects of architects and designers. The structure material also hints to that of the Venetian terrazzo, with a more modern slant thanks to the use of tumbled round stones.

One material, many options

Like all Santamargherita marble base agglomerates, SM Marble Fenice is perfectly suited for floor, wall and facing applications in both residential and retail projects. 

Versatility is certainly one of the advantages of Palladio Fenice: the variations can be endless. The designer can unleash their imagination, using different shades of colour to bring decorating elements to life, just as was done with the imposing table in the Marmomacc 2018 stand. On that occasion, Palladio Fenice was greatly successful. That is why we have also opted for this material for the stands at the BAU trade fair in Munich and KBIS trade fair in Orlando.

Palladio Fenice is not the only new marble base agglomerate launched in recent months: the Santamargherita catalogue now also includes Brera, Vendome and Camden, other interesting colours that are perfect for new projects of houses, offices and companies. The new materials enact natural stone with elegance and style to make each room special.

The Editor