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More than ever, the surface of the material responds to search for new sensory qualities, visual and tactile. It is difficult to think of stone materials without reference to a specific processing. Thus, while ceramic producers try to imitate faithfully the natural charm of marble, there is a proliferation of new stone finishes that generate rich sensory stimulation - "effects" - in the observers.Download pdf - Ita - part 1