Artevia™ - The Art of Concrete

 

Artevia™ by Lafarge is a collection of decorative concretes for indoor and outdoor use that combines freedom of design with low maintenance and durability.  Artevia™ offers great looks and outstanding performance.

 

 

Artevia™ by Lafarge is a collection of decorative concretes for indoor and outdoor use that combines freedom of design with low maintenance and durability.  Artevia™ offers great looks and outstanding performance. 

 

Artevia™ is much more than just another concrete. It's a stunningly beautiful design material that keeps all the advantages of concrete; it is not only hard wearing but also long lasting.  Available in an array of amazing colors, patterns and textures, Artevia™'s subtle designs bring any location to life with vibrant color and realistic texture.

 

Suitable for home owners, architects and landscapers, Artevia™'s existing patterns and textures offers unrestricted creativity on any project.   The Artevia™ range consists of : Artevia™ Color, Artevia™ Print, Artevia™ Exposed and Artevia™ Polish.

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Artevia™ Color

Artevia™ Color is an Integrated color concrete, using high quality UV stable color pigment. The color is mixed homogeneously throughout the concrete, allowing a large variety of tones and textures to be created.  This system can be used on its own, to achieve a broom or a power floated finish.

Artevia Color

Artevia™ Polish

Artevia™ Polish highlights aggregates by polishing until the concrete is smooth and shine.  With a continuous marble like texture, Artevia™ Polish offers comfort and style for external as well as internal design.

Artevia Polish

Artevia™ Exposed

Artevia™ Exposed displays the aggregates on the surface of the concrete in relief and a large variety of effect and colors can be produced.  The beauty of Artevia™ Exposed is the natural appearance of exposed aggregates on the colored background..

Artevia Exposed

Artevia™ Print

Artevia™ Print is designed specifically for printed concrete. The printed effect is obtained through a variety of techniques, the most common is pressing or stamping a pattern into the surface. This versatile and attractive product is able to create a paved surface that simulates the appearance of other building materials such as brick, wood and stone.

Artevia Print