The marbles of the Vicenza company in the new Versace boutiques in New York in Soho and Long Island

Extracting marble from its deposits with experience and passion to transform them into smooth slabs or small tiles; offering a wide range of precious materials and products of excellence for construction and architecture (internal cladding, external facades, furnishing elements from the bathroom to the kitchen) are some of the values ​​that have made Margraf known and appreciated around the world.

All with respect for the environment, investing in interventions capable of reducing the environmental impact: from technologically advanced equipment to landscape restoration projects, to investments in energy saving and use of renewable resources.

Assumptions that led Versace, an icon of Made in Italy fashion, to choose Margraf marbles (about 400 square meters, worked and inlaid with waterjet technology) for two new single-brand boutiques in the heart of New York, in Soho (111 Greene Street) and at Americana Manhasset (2060 Northern Blvd, Manhasset), a luxury mall on Long Island.

Both projects, signed by the French designer Gwenael Nicolas, of the Japanese studio Curiosity, enhance the combination of fashion and design and respect the highest standards of environmental sustainability, starting with the use of Margraf marbles that embellish the interior spaces.

The floors, decorated with the iconic Greca motif, embody the brand's DNA, revisited in a modern key: a play of shades of white marble, inlaid with waterjet technology, enhance the luxury and uniqueness of a natural and eternal material.

For over a hundred years Margraf has been transforming nature into architecture, shaping it at the service of beauty, creativity and human well-being. To offer architects, designers and end users increasingly exclusive finishes and tailored interior design solutions of the highest level, the company has decided to focus on new green production technologies and latest generation numerical control machinery that guarantee high results, low consumption. energy and minimal waste of material.

Photo Credits: Courtesy of Versace