Marbles are formed through the recrystallization of limestones and dolomitic limestones as a result of their transformations. They embody various colors and textures depending on their components. Throughout the ages, marbles served humans as structural and artistic materials. People have built their palaces, temples and houses with marbles and similar natural stones. They adorned their structures and squares with marble-made sculptures.Today, marbles take their place in our lives more frequently owing to the increment of mass production. Through the developing processing techniques and new designs, we are now able to experience this material in every corner of our house beyond using them merely for floor and wall coverings.
Dressed by black marble, this bathtub is formed of a monolith. A small stone block is turned into an artistic vitrified product by the skilled hands of Prostone company workers. A natural appearance is achieved through the hammering technique applied on the outer surface. CURTAIN
Hung in front of a wallboard made of yellow travertine blast, this curtain is created from the Marmara marble.Manufactured by the Natur company, this marble curtain is produced from 5-axis CNC counters. TABLE
Lately, marble tables have been frequently used as a furniture along with the colors and patterns they hold. The Bruno Perla Stone we see in this image is manufactured by Davut Marble and designed by Han Stone company. They form a completeness with the wallboard table which is formed by Davut Marble’s Alexandros Black stone and manufactured by the Durukaya company. Situated at the top of the table and formed by andesite, the black plate shows that marble can be used in any decorative space .
Produced completely from marble and manufactured by the Natur company,this bathroom embodies many different production techniques. Columns situated at the right and left sides of the bathroom are shell shaped and created by wire sawing technique. The column headings are created with a 7-axis robot. The bottom sides of the columns are processed through a lathe. Again produced with a 7-axis robot, the design of the bathtub is finished with custom-made glasses. Serving as three-dimensional wall coverings, the panels are produced from Burdur Beige marble through CNC machines. As can be seen below, the bathroom is diversified through many different techniques. LIGHTING ELEMENTS
Natural stones can be used in several places owing to their functionalities.In this example, they function as lighting elements. Produced from Marmara marble, this bedhead panel can also be used for the lighting of the space through the light source located behind it. Partly thinned out within the scope of the design process, stone becomes transparent and increases its light transmittance. Therefore a natural and unique visuality rises to surface. Manufactured by the Durukaya company, this wallboard is produced from the CNC counters of the company entitled Klasik Mermer .
Produced from Toros Black, this wallboard appears as a highly unique product for its design and area of use. Designed by the Durukaya company, this product can be easily implemented in offices, hotels, the lobbies of plazas and entrances of workplaces, in addition to houses. These are just a few examples of marble products that are produced by Turkish marbles and Turkish companies. We will continue to use them in our lives as long as these designs get improved and turned into productions,once again byour design-oriented companies .