The Alfredo Salvatori company was founded in the mid-1940s and for over sixty years has worked alongside architects, designers and builders using that state-of-the-art research for which the firm is renowned internationally in the production of marble and stone works.

The company trademark lies in its ability to transform ancient material such as marble and natural stone into contemporary solutions.

In the 1950s the company devised the technique called “Spaccatello” or “Split-face” and over time has been continuously at the forefront of pioneer techniques within the industry both in the choice of materials and finishes, the ultimate in this long list being Lithoverde, an innovative, eco-friendly compound. Among the many works of art created by Salvatori are the exceptional external stone tilings of the MoMA in New York, the E-Scienze Lab at ETH in Zurich designed by Swiss architects Baumschlager & Eberle, as well as the interiors for the recent Kilometrorosso project by Jean Nouvel.


Activities: Antique-finish and polished floor tiles for interiors and exteriors, antique-finish and polished carved frames and cornices, cut-to-size products

Materials processed: Marble, granite and stones

Address: Via Aurelia, 395/E
55046 Querceta – Seravezza (LU)

Phone: +39 0584.769200

Fax: +39 0584.768393

E-mail: info@salvatori.it

Web site: www.salvatori.it

Tipology: Industrial

Partecipates in : CosMaVe

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