Custom Design Terrazzo

There is nothing quite like the timeless beauty of Terrazzo. Used for thousands of years throughout the world, it is a product that is unique, durable and a pleasure to maintain. Terrazzo has been growing in popularity over the past decade, seeing more and more customers wanting to bring luxury and character into contemporary spaces.

Paddington Residence - Terrazzo | Elite Projects
Featured: Tweed Terrazzo 400x400mm - Private Residence

The Customisation Process

To simply put it, anything is possible! If you want to acquire a certain colour, chip size, finish, texture, pattern or visual design - we'll be able to help. Whether you have an exact vision of what you want or are in need of guidance to get started, contact us via the form at the bottom of the page!

Qantas Singapore First Class Lounge Terrazzo

Featured: Qantas First Class Lounge in Singapore - designed by David Caon in collaboration with architect Kelvin Ho of Akin Atelier.

Our terrazzo is made from a mixture of natural aggregates, including quartz, marble, glass and granite (providing the signature speckled look), then further held together with a resin or concrete base. At the end of the production, the terrazzo is then either polished, honed or sandblasted, depending on the aesthetic and texture you are trying to achieve. Personally - honed finish terrazzo's are our absolute favourite.

Featured: Ferrier Baudet Architects displaying our terrazzo samples

Terrazzo that is cheaply produced is commonly brittle, porous and can sometimes be discoloured. We only import Italian made terrazzo, as we are assured that the product is under a strict production process, using only natural materials that result in premium quality.

Visiting Northstone Terrazzo | Elite Bathware & Tiles

Featured: Visiting our terrazzo manufacturer's factory in Italy - Sep 2018'

With customising a new product, the factory we deal with directly is required to do an extensive and thorough clean of the factory's machinery for each new production run. This ensures that there is no cross contamination of batches between orders. For this reason, small quantity orders are generally more expensive per square metre, rather than large quantity orders for projects.

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