This type of paving has its roots in ancient Rome, where it was used to pave public spaces, thermal baths and patrician residences. The name ‘cocciopesto’ comes from the Latin word ‘coccum,’ meaning brick shards, and ‘pistare,’ meaning to pound. This name is a direct reference to the production process of cocciopesto, which involves grinding and mixing ground brick with the binder.
Cocciopesto is a form of flooring that has its roots in history and is still a popular solution in interior design today. This ancient art, a modern evolution of the ancient pastel, has been adapted to meet contemporary needs.
Cocciopesto is versatile and suitable for many applications. Its rustic and elegant beauty makes it ideal for any type of context. In any environment, it can add a touch of warmth and sophistication, as well as ensuring high strength and durability. Many people choose earthenware for their floors because it combines elegance with functionality.
Since 1950, we have specialised in the creation and laying of artistic floors and Venetian floors in accordance with the tradition handed down by the terrazzo masters.