Ceppo di Gre is a precious and rare natural stone quarried from the Lombardy region in Northern Italy. Ceppo is a dolomitic breccia, which is rock composed of broken fragments of minerals cemented together by a fine-grained matrix, giving Ceppo a conglomerate appearance.
Ceppo is a great architectural stone due to its composition and resilience; this drew the attention of famous architects, like Renzo Piano, making this already rare, single-sourced stone even more difficult to acquire. This porcelain tile version of Ceppo di Gre is a perfect sustainable option, allowing designers to showcase this stunning stone in their designs.
Ceppo di Gre 2cm porcelain paver available also.
The Ceppo di Gre collection is considered “LEED-friendly” because it has Environmental Product Declarations (EPDs), Health Product Declarations® (HPDs) and contains recycled content. Each of these components can contribute to credit points in accordance with the LEED V4 rating system.