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Botticino Semiclassico marble

How is Botticino semiclassico Marble?

Botticino Semiclassico Marble is a refined choice for those seeking simple and sober elegance in interior design.

Quarried from Lazzarini Marmi’s own quarries, in Nuvolera mining sites, in Brescia Province, this marble stands out for its delicate beige hue, crossed by brown veins which give it that touch of class without excesses; sometimes its beige background can be accompanied by slightly lighter intrusions, giving to the material a singular and unique look. Botticino Semiclassico is a type of marble that is more economically accessible than Botticino Classico, while still ensuring beauty and high quality.

Thanks to its versatility, Marble Botticino Semiclassico is often used combined with Botticino Classico, granting a variety of designs and styles able to meet any project needs. In any context, Lazzarini Marmi’s Botticino Semiclassico marble slabs and blocks are the right choice for an excellent aesthetic solution.

What is the color of Marble Botticino Semiclassico?

Botticino Semiclassico marble is a gem among many fine natural stones, known for its light beige enveloping shade enriched with darker veins and subtle lighter shades. This fine marble is renowned not only for its natural beauty, but also for its versatility and resistance.
The chromatic characteristic of this marble adds a unique touch to every space, mixing simplicity to the elegance of its beige background distributed homogeneously. The darker, subtle and sometimes imperceptible veins confer a unique character to this material, further distinguishing it among all the fine surfaces.

In every context this marble is used, Botticino Semiclassico guarantees versatility and refinement, making it the best choice for more economical luxury.

Type of use of Botticino Semiclassico Marble

The use of fine Marble Botticino Semiclassico is particularly recommended for projects intended for interior spaces, highlighting its aesthetic versatility and predominant resistence.

This excellent natural stone not only offers high-level performance in indoor environments, but also demonstrates high resistance to outdoor conditions, making it an ideal choice for outdoor projects as well.

Its ability to combine elegance and durability makes it a valuable marble for those who wants a distinctive and long-lasting touch in their indoor and outdoor spaces.

Botticino Semiclassico Marble is suitable for a wide range of applications, which include monumental works, architectural elements, flooring and cladding for both exterior and interior applications. Its characteristics make it suitable for residential, commercial and public projects, and thanks to its majestic looking and incomparable quality, Botticino Semiclassico turns any space into prestigious places reach refined beauty.

A wide range of finishing

The fascinating aesthetics of Botticino Semiclassico Marble can be further embellished with a wide range of processing:


This finish applied on Botticino Semiclassico Marble, leads to highlight its golden beige hue, its veins and its unique details. This method enables to create a smooth, shiny, reflective surface that enhances the natural beauty of Botticino Semiclassico marble slabs.



The Botticino Semiclassico rough marble slab represents the starting point for the entire processing cycle. The Botticino Semiclassico surface will be then in its natural raw form.

Technical data

Country of origin


Main use

internal/ external

Real density „pb“

2680 Kg/m3

Compression strength

2180 Kg/cm2

Flexural strength

170 Kg/cm2

Abrasion resistance

0,69 mm

Average absorption of water

0,19 %

Thermal expansion coefficient

0,0043 mm/m °C

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History of Botticino Semiclassico Marble

Dive in the fascinating history of Botticino Semiclassico, the luxury marble which left a deep mark in the 17th century in Venice Republic. Originating in the Prealps, on the Lake Garda Western side, this prized marble has crossed eras and empires, becoming a symbol of elegance and refinement.

During the Austro-Hungarian Empire, Botticino Semiclassico dominated the scene in St. Mark’s Square in Venice, enchanting visitors with its beauty. Its origin from the picturesque Brescia mountains, in the heart of Lombardy region, adds further charm to its thousand-year history.

Through the centuries, Botticino Semiclassico has left its indelible mark, used for the construction of polis, majestic medieval castles and world-famous works of art such as the Roman Forum and the San Salvatore’s Church.

Today, Botticino Semiclassico continues to be admired and used in prestigious projects all over the world, from the elegant underground train station crossings in Brescia to the luxurious shopping malls in Russia and Dubai, this marble never ceases to amaze.