Navona Travertine

Navona Travertine, also known as Travertino Navona, is a variety of Roman travertine found in the Tivoli area, near Rome. It is characterized by a light beige color with irregular brown, gray or black veins.

Navona Travertine is a versatile material that can be used in a variety of applications, both internal and external such as kitchens, bathrooms and living rooms. Navona Travertine slabs are a highly durable and strong material that can last for centuries.

Navona Travertine has been used since Roman antiquity. It was used to build some of Rome’s most famous buildings, including the Piazza Navona (hence the name Travertino Navona).

Even today, Navona Travertine remains a very popular material. It is used in a variety of applications such as Navona Travertine tile floors, bathroom and kitchen tops, stairs and Navona Travertine vein cut wall coverings.

Historical notes on the use of Navona Travertine
Here are some examples of buildings and structures made of Navona Travertine:

  • Piazza Navona (17th century)
  • Fountain of the Four Rivers (17th century)
  • Palazzo Barberini (17th century)
  • Palazzo Chigi (17th century)

Travertino Navona is a material that has spanned the centuries, remaining a popular and versatile material.

You can request Navona Travertine slabs, blocks or design processes to furnish your space in Navona Travertine.

Material: Travertine
Color: Beige
Origin: Italy
Uses: Coverings, Floor, Bathroom, kitchen etc.
Surface: Polished, honed, hammered, flamed, chiseled etc.

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