Exceptionally lively, the base colours are the essence of the Geopietra palette and give the composition its basic character.
Geopietra manufactured stone veneer is not comparable to any standardised uniform product obtained from an automated process.
Geopietra offers an excellent alternative to natural stone and it is treated as such right from the early processing stages, by creating natural nuances and textures, introducing variations in seasonal or periodical tones, just like those that can be encountered during excavation at every change of vein in a stone.
As with natural stone, numerous variables come into play in defining the colour of Geopietra manufactured stone veneer. We therefore define as shade only the overall effect resulting from the harmonious relation of the various colours used.
The base colours include white, brown and grey in warm and cool tones, in various nuances and shades that can combine seamlessly with each other, with GEOBI natural mortars and the surrounding environment.
In over 20 years of research, Geopietra has created its own colour palette with endless possible combinations to obtain variables that fit architectural styles all over Europe.
The base colours and the various special colours can all be blended together and perfectly match the new GeoBi mortars, except for the PANEL patterns and the CASTLE profile, which, due to their shape and colour CANNOT BE MIXED with each other or with others from the same collection.
The special shades give the composition the accent, emphasis and alterations that can generate different features in walls, locations and architectural styles.
Geopietra special shades, which are typical of some places, are very effective in determining a particular mixture of shades.
For example, colour 01 Lucera of the Camuna P05 pattern, which represents a stone with a high iron content, can be very challenging when used alone, precisely because of its typical strong surface oxidation; however, a percentage of it mixed with other base colours gives the work a natural appearance.
Geopietra has created some of its patterns, like the Aosta Valley P76, where a little touch of Camuna Lucera slightly appears making it truly unique.