Burnished with love, Marmarino Venetian plaster has a special place in the hearts of architects and interior designers. It is being coupled with good design in lobbies, ballrooms, and reading salons, and affectionately applied in velvety shades of Dove Gray.
Like polished stone, the feel is both soft and cool to the touch. It’s a sustainable building product of natural materials and is extremely durable. Simply put, to know this architectural finish is to love it!
Marmarino is one of many types of lime stucco, but a favorite of architects Leslie Saul and Associates, who loves the restrained, elegant, yet organic appearance. Designing fabulous spaces to live, work and study in, LS& A commissioned us to apply our signature stone veneer for two stately interiors, both distinctly Bostonian and both in need of a bit of fresh air!
Our application in the lobby of a Back Bay brownstone that once housed retired Jesuit priests is the perfect backdrop to a contemporary lobby design of the now residential building. The 19th century grand architecture has joined the new millennia with sleek Venetian plaster walls and modern furnishings.
The other space that is now sporting the same Mocha pigmented Marmarino Finish is a Harvard Medical School residence pictured above. New life is infused into the Vanderbilt Hall Ballroom after the very traditional wallpaper was removed and the walls clad in our signature stone veneer. Once again, tradition meets with the future and the mix is intoxicating.
An intimate reading salon has two shades of Doe Brown with the deeper tone below the chair rail in this redesigned Victorian estate. Mar-
Marmarino decorative stucco supports traditional, transitional and contemporary design.
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