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New Terrazzo Interior Surface Finish from Axolotl

New Terrazzo Interior Surface Finish from Axolotl

Terrazzo is one of 2018's biggest interior design trends, so it is timely for to Axolotl launch its newest surface, Axolotl Terrazzo.

Versatility is the key to its success-Axolotl Terrazzo can be customised with fine or oversized aggregate in monochromatic, pastel or bold colour tones, and is available in a range of concrete colours to complement a variety of residential and commercial styles.

The history of terrazzo can be traced back to the ancient mosaics of Egypt, and its predecessors date back 8,000 years to the Venetians. Fast forward to 2018 and terrazzo has been reinvented by Axolotl as a cementitious surface that is only 0.5mm thick and available in almost any colour combination. Axolotl Terrazzo can be applied to flat panels up to 1600x2400mm. Unlike a traditional terrazzo, you can design way beyond shelf colours and create the perfect scheme to fit your design.

Axolotl Terrazzo is not a laminate, but rather an applied finish whereby the fine coloured aggregate is bound in the Axolotl Concrete treatment. It can be applied to almost any substrate including MDF and mild steel. Axolotl Terrazzo is suitable for internal applications, and each panel is treated to order. Applications can include counter fronts, feature walls, lift interiors, cabinetry, splashbacks and signage. The unique properties of our terrazzo provide a flexible surface effect that encompasses the beauty of terrazzo without the common weight, colour and size restrictions of the traditional material.

For more information on Axolotl Terrazzo visit www.axolotl.com.au today.



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