Cast-in-situ Venetian terrazzo flooring is a true testament to the beauty and durability of traditional techniques. Originating in the 1800s in the region of Venice, this flooring method has stood the test of time and continues to be used today by skilled installers like Karel De Vuyst. While the traditional materials and tools have been replaced with modern ones, the essence of the technique remains the same.

The key ingredient in this flooring is Aalborg White cement, which is mixed with Italian marble and natural pigment to create a binding agent. The mixture is then poured and installed on site, allowing for a truly customized and unique finish. Once the layer has hardened and dried, it is meticulously ground and polished on site, resulting in a high-end finish that exudes sophistication.

One of the best things about cast-in-situ terrazzo flooring is its versatility. It can be used in any room of the house, from the kitchen to the bathroom, and can be customized to fit any style or design aesthetic. Whether you're looking to add a touch of classic elegance to your home or create a bold statement with a unique color or pattern, cast-in-situ terrazzo flooring is an excellent choice.

This small kitchen with a green color in 60-70s style. Cast-in-situ terrazzo floors create a unique and classic look that can add an air of sophistication to any house or apartment.




Building / Residential Ornamental


Special applications / Cast in-situ terrazzo (SPA)


Cast-in-situ terrazzo floor