L'ART DES MATIÈRES


The distinctive style of the era is highlighted by the Portoro, Fior di Bosco and Howlite.

FIOR DI BOSCO

Originally from Italy, this precious marble displays colors ranging from gray to light brown. It is traditionally used in bathrooms for it's nuanced appearance and it's silver veins.

Corvair Fior Di Bosco
Corvair Portoro

PORTORO

Also mined in Italy, this dark, almost black marble takes on the air of Japanese print. Numerous light-toned ribs cross its surface, giving a great modernity to this constraty materials.

HOWLITE

Revered by the native American people who called it "buffalo stone", the Howlite was baptized in 1868 by the Canadian Henri How, who discovered in Nova Scotia. This opaque stone presents a bright white with gray or black veins.

Corvair Howlite
Corvair Metal

METAL

Metal is a material that sublimates Corvair's creations through its brilliance. This finish brings a touch of modernity to the collection.

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