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INDUSTRIAL STONE DESIGN

The passion of two young brothers, Claudio and Alberto Bevilacqua, lies behind the establishment of Lithos Design on the strength of the experience of a family-run business boasting 30 years of history. The encounter with designer Raffaello Galiotto then marked the company's styling brand.

The main ingredient for the success of Lithos Design is obviously stone. Indeed, the Company chose to work only with natural stone, and in particular with limestones, sandstones and marbles, and does not use agglomerates and manufactured or synthetic stones. Like all other natural materials, the appeal of stone is linked to its uniqueness, a feature which is further emphasised by the unusual merger with industrialisation processes and mass production. Every model comes to life in the Lithos Design laboratory in collaboration with designer Raffaello Galiotto: the type of marble is chosen, technology is plied to achieve a perfect marriage with stone and to reveal its most hidden beauty, at times performing additional research in areas other than stone design, such as lighting technology. The result is an unprecedented offering of modular architectural solutions that are ready for use, created in the most durable natural material used by man with highly environment-friendly processing techniques. Solutions that are at the complete disposal of architects and designers, and that the best international design firms are choosing since the very beginning of our story.

In order to meet the most different design needs, Lithos Design created three highly specialized divisions:

our divisions

The prime numbers of Lithos Design, for the most exclusive residential and contract projects

Smart, light, easy fitting: the ideal proposals for huge quantities and moderate budgets, allowing quick deliveries

One reference point to define all the marble components specified in a design project, from surfaces to furnishing accessories and architectural elements