Murogeopietra factory trials
Murogeopietra factory trials

Murogeopietra, known and appreciated for its unparalleled aesthetic qualities, is also able to bring numerous benefits to the efficiency of the buildings. In fact it best expresses its technical characteristics in the coating of external thermal insulation systems of which it improves the performance.

Advantages of stone walls on external thermal insulation and ventilated walls:
-protection against thermal shocks
-increase in thermal offset
-resistance to fire
-tensile strength of wind
-improvement of acoustic performance

GEOCOLL adhesive and GEOBI mortar
Murogeopietra is sold in a single integrated system; it provides the use of the glue system GEOCOLL, the installation in accordance with the art, on previously prepared bottom, of the GEOPIETRA coating and the application of the GEOBI two-component finishing mortar. Materials studied in total synergy between each other and according to today’s construction needs.



Chalet in wood and stone

Natural Materials for two Chalets in France. The project involves the matter and its surroundings

Architect Alessandro Rovagna designs the two chalets, located in the village of La Salle Les Alpes, with a preference for wood and natural materials. By adapting the material to the project and the project to the material, it creates a perfect combination between the material and the environment

Renovation of a hut in South Tyrol. Stone as a synthesis of warmth and modernity

Renovation of a old lodge in Alto Adige. Stone as a synthesis of warmth and modernity

A designer and an architect who decide to renovate and rebuild an old lodge in Alto Adige. A project that has seen, in the choice of stone, the synthesis between the different needs of style of the owners

Hotel Gurglhof in Austria. Wood and stone finishes combine traditional and modern style

Today Hotel Gurglhof is a superior 4-star spa and skiing location, with 65 elegant rooms, a large restaurant and a stunning wellbeing area. The renovation project was carried out by the company Geisler & Trimmel.

Interior Roman villa renovated by Archside

Renovation of a Roman villa. Stained glass, stone and wood in order to "live in the open air"

In a residential area of Rome, the single-family villa, which is the protagonist of the renovation is surrounded by nature. The stone, wood and large windows contribute to create an environment that becomes one with the external landscape