This ancient material rich in history is still used today for both interiors and exteriors and there are numerous applications in construction, sculpture and furniture.
In interior architecture it is used to create thresholds, window sills and countertops, coverings, skirting boards and also in more rustic furnishings for sinks or kitchen tops typical of country houses.
As far as external environments are concerned, sidewalks and garden paths can be in Pietra Serena as well as various decorative elements such as fountains, statues, tables and benches, columns and bas-reliefs.
It is resistant to wear, with good compressive strength and lends itself very well to combinations with other materials such as metal, wood and plaster. However, outdoor use is limited by the non-excessive resistance of this material to atmospheric agents, especially in areas with a more rigid climate where the wind and the cycles of freezing and thawing can cause exfoliation.