Designed in the name of versatility, Mathera was born to interpret multiple furnishing solutions with flair and practicality, easily customized through the wide range of aesthetic and chromatic variants available.

The particular materialistic consistency of Areia, which revisits bush-hammered sandstone surfaces in a contemporary key, lends a solid and consistent appearance to the sober and minimalist lines of the dining table.

The relief surface of the Selce finish is animated by directional ripples that evoke the typical markings caused by quarry work, emphasized by the incisive chromatic scale articulated in three shades of grey.

The relief surface of the Selce finish is animated by directional ripples that evoke the typical markings caused by quarry work, emphasized by the incisive chromatic scale articulated in three shades of grey.

Mathera panels can be cut and shaped to measure in order to create shelves, doors, closed storage compartments and open consoles, meeting the various formal requirements of companies, clients and designers. In addition, the possibility to use them as wall claddings allows for the reinterpretation of boiserie, creating “all-over” solutions in a contemporary style.

The decisive character of split stone, reinterpreted through Selce, lends itself both to the creation of solid work surfaces and wall-mounted containers, establishing an elegant dialogue with the warm tones of Areia used for vertical panels.

The enveloping tones of Gipso, applied both to the walls and the furniture, confer a soft elegance to the living area through delicate and silky surface effects reproducing the pastiness of chalk and the chromatic range of calcareous rocks.

The versatility of Mathera surfaces make it possible to approach the integral design of living spaces by playing with a chromatic and materialistic alternation. The different colors of Gipso animate both the fullness of the wall and the chiaroscuro effects of the bookcase through a refined contrast.