Tubular brass cocktail bar, Technical Stone Marble floors and dark walnut wood accent details feature within Amarone, a vibrant Italian restaurant in Aberdeen.
Taking inspiration from some of the finest central cocktail bars in the world, designers on the Amarone project looked to combine mid-century modern design with a contemporary dining experience.
We worked closely with the designers at DiMaggio’s Restaurant Group (DRG) to select tiles that effortlessly complimented their vision for the restaurant. Using marble tiles from our Technical Stone Marble collection, the designers selected 3 colour tones to harmoniously tie in with the restaurant’s furnishings.
The multi-size modular floor tiles selected; 600×1200, 600×600 & 300×1200, display visible marble chips that bring a touch of sophistication to the environment.
Made from marble chips and resin, the high quality technical stone surface is both hard wearing and easy to maintain. The marble-based, composite stone is made using marble waste from the quarries in the Italian region of Verona. Over 93% of each piece is made using marble dust and chips that otherwise would be a waste product from the quarry and is mixed with a polyester resin to be made into slabs.
To achieve the desired slip-resistance of PTV+36 we supplied the tiles in a Honed 80 finish.