From toilet seats to terrazzo floor

Construction waste such as ceramic tiles, glass, bricks, porcelain or natural stone tiles etc. is easily fed into our mobile crusher. In the electric crusher, the material will be ground up and sifted out into fractions which we then mix in as aggregate in the terrazzo casting - as a new material in the building. We install the cast-in-place terrazzo floor - a floor that "lasts generations".

Circular Terrazzo - how is it done?

We inventory and map what in the demolition property can be reused 
The material is sorted and ground into fractions in our mobile crushing plant
The fractions are weighed and a specific recipe is created
EPDs are created if desired
Then we cast the terrazzo in place in the new property
The terrazzo floor is grinded
We hand over a recycled terrazzo floor that lasts "for generations"

Create unique terrazzo for your project

The appearance of the Circular Terrazzo depends on what material is available in the demolition property. Together with us, architects, designers and property developers get the opportunity to produce their unique terrazzo in our TerrazzoLab.

It is thrilling to see how the different materials get different expressions depending on the chosen bottom colour. The images below show samples containing, among other things, crushed concrete tiles, limestone tiles, porcelain and terrazzo tiles.

Circular terrazzo reference - Filipstad Brygge 1, Oslo

More pictures here!

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