La pietra di Comiso

Comiso / Italy

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                                                                       La pietra di Comiso


Un materiale di pregio duro che nasce molti anni fa nel territorio di Comiso ai piedi dei monti Iblei, portandosi la gloria di essere utilizzata in tutte le costruzioni edili e monumentali di tutta la provincia di Ragusa e in parte in tutta la Sicilia e la possibilità di posizionare Comiso tra le attività importanti del sud Italia, sia a livello occupazionale che a livello economico.La Design Marble, occupandosi della lavorazione del marmo per passione e puntando sempre alla conquista di nuovi mercati esteri, l’ ha denominata “ Comiso Stone “ avendo una soddisfacente richiesta nell’ arredo urbano, arredo interno ed esterno, in tutto il nord Italia, nord Europa e Medio Oriente.Evidenziando nel tempo alcuni processi di lavorazione a partire dalla cava:


-Dallo scappello e martello a oggi con mezzi meccanici per battere la bancata.


-Dal monolama per la squadratura dei blocchi.


-Dal telaio diamantato per il taglio delle lastre, con spessore che varia da cm 2 in su, dipende l’ applicazione, fino ad ornamentale la casa, la villa il negozio, la piazza, ecc …  ecc …


 


A hard material of great value which has its origin many years ago in Comiso area at the foot of Iblei Mountains, it has achieved the fame for being used in all the building and monumental constructions of the province of Ragusa and part of Sicily. Moreover, it has given the city of Comiso the possibility of ranking among the most important commercial activities in Southern Italy both at employment and economic level.


Design Marble, working in marble processing with enthusiasm and always aiming at success in new foreign markets, called it “Comiso Stone” and has received a satisfactory demand for indoor, outdoor and street furniture in the whole northern Italy, in northern Europe and in the Middle East.


We point out some production processes starting from the quarry in the course of time:


-          From the double-faced cape chisel and the hammer until today with machinery to beat the marble wall


-          The single-blade used for block squaring


-          The diamond chassis used for slab cutting, which can have a thickness that varies from 2 cm and over, depending on the use (decorating houses, villas, shops, squares, etc.)

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    • Status Completed works
    • Type Parks, Public Gardens / Public Squares / Waterfront / Cemeteries and cemetery chapels / Urban Furniture / Town Halls / Churches / Post Offices / Urban development plans / Restoration of old town centres / Adaptive reuse of industrial sites / Landscape/territorial planning / Apartments / Single-family residence / Multi-family residence / Social Housing / Country houses/cottages / Office Buildings / Tower blocks/Skyscrapers / Business Centers / Corporate Headquarters / Offices/studios / Hotel/Resorts / Bars/Cafés / Pubs/Wineries / Restaurants / Interior Design / Custom Furniture / Student Halls of residence / Modular/Prefabricated housing / Urban Renewal / Monuments / River and coastal redevelopment / Shrines and memorials / Mosques / Synagogues / Temples / Monasteries / Lofts/Penthouses / Recovery/Restoration of Historic Buildings / Restoration of Works of Art / Restoration of façades / Structural Consolidation / Recovery of industrial buildings / Refurbishment of apartments / Building Recovery and Renewal
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