Nature’s sheer strength comes to life, white and black find new forms of expression

The idea of B&W’s chromatic duality evolves into B&W_Marble, Architectural Design collection. The purity of color of the two opposites of light par excellence, white and black, becomes the background from which a “stone grandient” comes to life, composed of a range of elements more or less regular, recalling the veining of marble.

Inspired by the different morphologies formed by the visceral movement of the earth, the collection’s large slabs embrace and explore the concept of light-absence of light by presenting a chromatic gradient based on white and black in a multi-faceted graphic proposal that joins the two monochromatic surfaces, White and Black.

Soft, sinuous shapes contrast with those more rigid and geometric, coming to life from the different proportions with which the white and black combine on the surface.