Lapitec. Naturally Italian.

When Lapitec was first conceived of 20 years ago, there was not even a category of surfacing called sintered stone.  Now, two decades later, the sintered stone category is coming on strong as the most durable, innovative surface on the market.  Lapitec is prestigious. It is Italian.  And it is a surface.  So that became its tagline.  But as time changed, so did the vision of Lapitec and the reality of what they had created with their Breton heritage:  a 100% natural, resin-free, compact matrix surface that is unrivaled in absolute performance, aesthetic and inherent technology.  From flooring to cladding and countertops, Lapitec is positioned to climb up and down the walls of architectural minds for decades to come.

 

So with that insight and foresight in mind, Lapitec has just rebranded.

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Pop the Cork - Why you need to use cork in your building

Cork has long been relegated to wine bottles and home to pushpins suspending pictures and notes for decades.  But the building industry needs to take note of this material. Cork is not just a restraint for that wine that needs to breathe (and be drank, let’s get real here), it is an innovative evolution of nature that has multiple uses in the built environment.

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How does PaperStone stack up to wood and stone?

With its unique sustainability story, aesthetic, and durability, PaperStone is unlike any other material. But how does it stack up to its common comparisons: wood and stone? 

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What does a circular building industry look like?

Over the years, green practices have evolved to better find a solution to our single-use, mass-waste society. It seems that the latest trend in the world of green solutions, circular economy, is the answer we’ve been looking for.

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July Vignette - See Right Through You

We're going to be transparent with you. And when we say that, we mean this month's vignette features our new transparent 93% recycled content material: elementAl LIGHT

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