Extra Large, Extra Lux


An illusion of spaciousness can be brought through various ways, from incorporating mirrors, opting for lighter paint colour, to choosing the right floor finishings. Lyman Group, a company that has been offering premium quality construction materials in Indonesia since 1959, has another way. They launched Quadra, the biggest porcelain slab in the world, to add extra breathing rooms to interior spaces.

Quadra promises to be the ultimate design surface. With sophisticated technology from Italy, Quadra porcelain slabs are designed to intensify the natural looks of marble, wood, concrete, metal and many other surfaces. With patterns like their Ultimate Stone, Ultimate Quartz, Ultimate Cemento and Ultimate Wood, Quadra offers three surface options: Matt, Matt Polished and Shiny Polished. Incorporate these slabs into your interior plan and bring an elegant and luxurious ambiance within.

Quadra slabs come in extra large sizes; 320cm x 160cm, 160cm x 160cm, 240cm x 120cm, and 120 x 120cm. They are made from environmentally friendly materials and are engineered to be sustainable. Made in Balaraja, Banten, Quadra is produced with high-temperature combustion of 1,250 ° C for that poreless, strong, durable and waterproof result.

Being thin and light, Quadra's porcelain slabs are not only ideal for flooring and wall finishings but also for table tops and vanity tops. Its density also make these aesthetic slabs an ideal façade cover. As expected from Lyman Group, Quadra is another reliable and superior product that delivers its promises.

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Barbara Hahijary
Barbara earned her bachelor's degree in architecture from the Interior Architecture Program of the University of Indonesia in 2013. Historical or heritage buildings, as well as utilitarian design, fascinates her as it is the interaction between people and architecture that remains her favourite topic to explore. Besides architecture, her interests include design, handcrafts, literature and social issues.

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