White Carrara Marble
The Carrara marble is quarried in Tuscany, Italy. It is one of the most precious and well-known types of marble in the world, used over time for some of the most important works: the Michelangelo’s “David”, the “Marble Arc” in London, the “Opera House” in Oslo, the “Swaminarayan Akshardham” in New Delhi, the floor of the “Art Museum” in Milwaukee.
Use this large 14 sq.m. texture whenever you need a precious and stylish floor or wall.
The photos in the scene are provided by courtesy of Marco Magoga, photographer.