MOB is the novelty that can make an architectural or design project unparalleled. Thanks to its unique characteristics, architects, designers, technical firms and other professionals in the sector can propose original and aesthetically appealing ideas to make the detail of a design a real and inimitable solution.
This is our concrete brick par excellence, with which it is possible to create creative and unique cladding projects. It is an exclusive cement-based product that can be used to furnish indoor and outdoor walls with personality and thus create a distinctive and authentic architectural style.
This is a combination of concrete and a percentage of polymeric granular mixture made of 100% non-hazardous recycled plastic.
This is a mixture of concrete and recycled material from the same cement-based elements or from by-products resulting from the processing of virgin natural stone.
This is an inert made up of a mixture of concrete and recycled milled glass that has no other recycling chain. The product obtained offers a unique sparkling effect with strong aesthetic appeal.
SUPPORTS THE ENVIRONMENT
In the last years, the environmental issues afflicting our planet have increasingly been at the center of the community attention. The responsibility for protecting our planet falls on everyone, including companies. At Micheletto we believe that it is time to make a change, that more action is needed to improve this serious situation, and that we should take any reasonable initiative that can be shared with all other sectors.
MOB represents a line of products specially designed to promote the aesthetics of vertical indoor and outdoor cladding solutions for buildings, as well as the environmental sustainability without forgetting quality and sophistication.
MOB intends to be a new solution that supports both, the aesthetic-creative and ecological aspects, a range of products able to meet the most ambitious architectural objectives while reducing environmental impact.
We are well aware that the road to actual environmental improvements will be long and winding, but we are also convinced that these first steps in that direction are an excellent start.