Steps and Wall Coverings

With sawn and/or split edges – variable length
When building stairways, porphyry is widely used to make the steps or just for cladding. In the former case, the solid step is derived by sawing 10-15 cm thick elements out of monolithic blocks, while in the latter case the slabs used for cladding the risers and treads of the stairs are produced either in standard or custom sizes.
Copings are finishing elements that bound and cover walls, landings and balconies. As with the steps, here too we have natural face copings with sawn or split edges and sawn copings with flamed surface (Stardust).
Available finishes: flamed edge, split edge, sawn and chamfered edge, flamed bullnose edge, kerbing block (for sills), half-bullnose edge, dripstone, out-of-square cuts, joints.
Width of steps and copings with natural quarry surface and split edges available in cm: 15-20-25-30-35-40 and thickness 4-5 cm.