A pavement with history

The new pavement Signinum: tradition and sustainability

"Pavement or building material used in ancient Rome made of a waterproof mixture of lime, sand and broken pottery, occasionally decorated by tiles".
This is the definition for opus signinum, a technique romans inherited from Phoenicians. It was used to pave streets and main roads; in thermal buildings, hydraulic pipes or especially, to build the floor of private homes. In most cases, this material has been preserved up to today thanks to its extreme resistance

Two thousand years later, SIGNINUM introduces a new type of pavement based on a millennium technique with all the advantages of XXI century. Made using 100 % primary natural resources (cooked crushed ceramic, sand and lime), it’s a continuous pavement, without joints, unique for its beauty, highly resistant and flexible.

Used successfully in the field of archaeological restoration, the new SIGNINUM pavement -perfectly adapted to today- contributes to create a healthy and comfortable atmosphere, favouring the natural breathing of buildings and giving spaces a unique feeling of welfare.

As a result, a personalised floor ensuring welfare and quality of life at everyone’s hand.

100% natural materials

New SIGNIUM pavement is a recycled product: cooked ceramics used are crushed tiles from bricks. This product is environment friendly , in both the manufacture of its basic elements and in its ability to recycle.
A mortar made from sand, lime and crushed ceramics, paving signinum allows multiple combinations incorporating different materials, such as soft brick, marble and stones of different colors ... to create designs tailored to individual needs and customer preferences.

Seals of quality