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Interior pavements

Basalt interior pavement made from natural stone is used due to its beauty and uncommon appearance:

  • in residential areas, as floor in family houses, restaurants, wine bars, discotheques, shops, exhibition halls, atriums, ancient monuments, historical buildings, wine cellars, hobby shops, on terraces, passages, footways etc. 

Interior floors

Pekárna Anker, Aupark BratislavaBasalt tiles in interior design 8image7Rodinný dům 1Anti-slipping stringRestaurant Ostrovní, PragBarrique barrels, wineries Stanislav Mádl, Velké BílovicePenzion u Rakovníka1IMG-20161113-WA0001Floor in pubPenzion Pod KašnouRestaurace Ve Dvoře, Dvůr KrálovéRodinný dům 1Manufaktura Melantrichova PrahaPenzion u Rakovníka6Penzion u Rakovníka5Restaurant Baterka, PragShowroom in shopBasalt tiles in interior design 1Bredovský dvůr restaurant - pavement Thales Alfa 2Restaurace U Trumpety, Praha Chabryimage8Restaurant Kozička, PragResataurant Ostrovní, PragPenzion u Rakovníka2Penzion u Rakovníka7Tiles 250x250x22JRI used in bathroom and WCCooling pool wellness center Hotel DUO, BeskydyEutit arénaBasalt Tiles CharlettePresentation cellar winery Stanislav Mádl, Velké BíloviceFloor from resistant basalt pavement in wineryPavement 250x250x22JRI in club interiorTiles NIKA 250 on the restaurant's floorBasalt tiles in interior design 2Koupelna 1Basalt tiles in interior design 4Wineries Baloun, Velké Pavloviceimage4Tiles Mava 2
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