The Marble White Sky (Sandblasted), is mined from quarries which are located in the prefecture of Kavala, northern Greece. The essential difference between the other varieties of marbles is the abundant gray vein cuts in a dull white background. Due to the properties of Marble White Sky, there are many options in the way of cutting and process.
The coloration of Marble White Sky gives the sense of gray. Like the white sky, this marble is also composed of shades of white, blue, gray and brown minimal elements. The intense and sprawling vein cuts, create a variety of shapes that are formed on the surface, depending on the marble White Sky cut. The Sandblasted is a category of Marble White Sky because of the process of elaboration. This type of process enhances each detail of the material and makes it more intense in texture of surface.
The resistance and process of marble White Sky (Sandblasted), makes it suitable for interior floor coverings and exterior spaces, especially around swimming pools. It can be used for wall coverings for residential and commercial applications. The coefficient of water absorption of marble White Sky makes it suitable for humid areas such as bathrooms, massage rooms and Turkish bath. Specifically for stalls around sinks, wall cladding and bathroom floor covering, usually marble White Sky in mosaic forms.
The uniqueness of the Marble White Sky is that vein cuts seem visually to be deeply engraved. Marble White Sky is connected with the sense of motion. Abundant vein cuts, create a sense of movement, with the way the gray color spreads on the material. That is why architects and designers propose marble White Sky in public but private applications such as subway stations, hotels, theaters and villas.