Engineered stone is a composite material made of crushed stone bound together by polymer resin. The two common stones used in producing these products are marble and quartz.
The most common application for engineered marbles is indoor flooring and walls. The material is factory made in either blocks or slabs, cut and polished by fabricators, and assembled at the work site. Many shopping malls and department stores around the world use engineered marble for floors.
The material can be produced in either 12 mm, 20 mm or 30 mm thicknesses. The most common slab formats are 3000x1200mm and 3200x800mm
Engineered marbles are typically popular as flooring or walling materials for large commercial projects such as hotels, shopping centers, subways and business lobbies.
This project in Beijing (Underground Railway Line No. 10) uses beige color engineered marble for the flooring.
In this hotel the entrance hall engineered marbles are used for flooring and walls.
This hotel lobby using engineered marble stones for flooring and walls decoration successfully created a warm and luxurious atmosphere.