Graphic and striking, Kar Maden’s Grigio Pineta marble makes a flashy statement in this Black Marble Modern Kitchen Design. Complimented by black cabinetry, gold accents and small pops of color, this is truly a kitchen brimming with personality.
Rich shades of grey and black, combined with flowing white veining giveKar Maden’s Grigio Pineta Marble a classic appeal. The intricate patterns and veining add endless depth and dimension.
The house is an eclectic display of natural marble panels. Without too grandiose measures, the space emphasizes the innate elegant essence of rock veins compared to metallic modernity. Grigio Pineta is elegantly arranged in linear panel forms, while Bianco Pineta marble transforms the vein irregularity into a pure yet vibrant chevron pattern. Titanium-colored gilded stainless coatings depict a luxurious modernity along the way. As the sunlight shines through the curtain, the space produces eye-catching glows that culminate in luxurious but calm vibrations.
Natural building stones, which have been used as building elements since 4000 BC, have experienced bright and dull periods in their design and use over time. The demand of marble, which has decreased almost negligibly in the feature of carrier elements, has negatively affected its use as coating material, as the development of steel, glass, ceramic and carbon-based materials in the last two centuries. However, today, the development of environmental awareness, the beginning of return to nature and the desire of people to live more comfortably have given an increasing momentum to the demand for marble.
Marble design emerges with the correct use and application of aesthetics in architectural design. Marble design can be defined as visualizing product features and qualities. In the use of marble, an important issue to be analyzed in architectural design is the assembly of the selected marble, the way it visualizes the qualities of the marble. In general, the application of marble defines the assembly properties of marble. The correct choice and use of mortared or anchored assembly is the last step in the design. Depending on the architectural design, any natural building stone can be evaluated as marble.