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Opus

An exciting modern-day expression of industrial stone design applied to the ancient art of inlay work.

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Opus

44 types of marble, 6 patterns, 25 colour ranges, material wastage reduced close to zero: design inlay work comes into the world.

 

Opus is a revolutionary collection of design marble tiles, the cutting-edge proposal for luxury wall and flooring by Lithos Design Primes. The designs, the nuances and the productive approach of this new line literally break down the classical idea of marble inlay work and its use in the field of decoration for floors and walls by driving innovation into hitherto unexplored realms. The collection makes its début with a variety of hues, in a series of ready-for-use ensembles that do not forgo the preciousness of antique inlay work yet at the same time speak to the onlooker in a new language, linked to an exceptional mark of design.

 

This is a sequence of 60 cm x 60 cm modules, with patterns that can be extended depending on the tastes and requirements of the designer, in wall claddings and floorings. Each module is easy to lay and it comes delivered in a completely finished form. The rendering and added value are the same as for a traditional work of inlay, but with some further unprecedented benefits: a pattern whose aesthetical and chromatic format is pre-defined as it has been subject to careful prior assessment, the freedom to be able to apply the design inlay to walls and floors of any dimension and form, and exceptionally short fit-out times.

 

Serial sequences where the material is a true protagonist display continuous and non-continuous geometric shapes, scattered graphical compositions where the modular layout is imperceptible, games of delicate or contrasting colours, dim effects or almost optical styles… all these items have been created by using techniques which, although produced on an industrial scale, obey the traditional rules of inlay, in the same way as the artist who engraved and selected stones for their colours, their tones and their grain as long ago as the 1500s.

With Opus, Lithos Design Primes switched its production focus from a sculptural approach to one which is more pictorial. In addition to the search for three-dimensional results which until then had been typical of the brand's evolution, there is here a desire to explore colour design, understood as meticulous selection of raw materials, know-how of colours, hues, veins and their performances, and a thorough study on shapes.

Textures from Opus