Porcelain stoneware is composed of a blend of raw materials such as clays, ceramics, feldspars, kaolins and sand. It is an almost completely vitrified material, totally non-absorbent and with highly mechanical characteristics.
The adjective porcelain, which expresses the refined elegance that characterises this material, comes from the use of kaolin, a white clay that is also used for the production of porcelain.
Surfaces in porcelain stoneware are characterised by anti-freeze properties, resistance to impact, scratches and chemicals, rendering them extremely resistant, hygienic and aesthetically elegant.
Lanzeni Mario works with a very wide range of porcelain stoneware of various colours and patterns.