Elegant artistic fireplace frame made of white marble from the famous Carrara quarries, the marble that made the greatest Italian Renaissance artists famous. With its typical naturally veined appearance, Carrara marble shows all its magnificence in this splendid furniture.
Since the dawn of time, one of the primary needs of the concept of “living” of man has been to procure, tame, confine and maintain the fire using it to illuminate, heat, and cook. The fireplace owes its birth to the Normans, but knows its splendor in the era of Louis XXVI.
In modern architecture, the growing attention to the environment and to low environmental impact heating sources is leading to an increasing appreciation of the use of the fireplace in modern homes, successfully combining the purely aesthetic and decorative function with the practical and daily one.