Cast-in-situ Venetian terrazzo florring is an old technique that originated in the 1800 in the region of Venice. Today installer Karel De Vuyst still uses this tranditional technology but with modern materials and machines. The binding agent is always Aalborg White cement by adding Italian marble and natural pigment. The layer is mixed and installed on site and after hardening and drying of the layer, it is grinded and polished on site which gives a unique and high end finish to the floor.

Renovation of a house. The floor is white cement based with green Verde Alpi marble in a white/light grey background. While it can blend seamlessly into existing design schemes, cast-in-situ terrazzo floors are particularly effective when used to create a contemporary, modern style, as the floor is often reflective and catches and amplifies natural light for captivating visual effect. This type of floor works particularly well in spaces with high ceilings, as the reflection from the floor can make the space seem even larger and more impressive.



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Building / Residential Ornamental


Special applications / Cast in-situ terrazzo (SPA)


Cast-in-situ terrazzo floor