A special eye-catcher is the Pannonia Green chlorite slate from Austria. The playful light green and white veins give the material a special freshness. The structure of the rock, and with it its character, changes by means of different cutting directions. When vein cut, Pannonia Green has a flowing longitudinal structure, but when cross cut, the slate appears softly clouded. Both cutting directions can be used in rustic as well as in modern environments.
Pannonia Green has outstanding technical properties and is also resistant to acid and salts. The material can therefore be used in a very wide range of applications. It is ideal for kitchen countertops, floors and facades, for interior and exterior use as well as for garden construction and landscaping.