Lecce stone is a limestone rock that belongs to the marbled calcarenite category and dates back to the Miocene age. The Lecce stone is a rocky formation typical of the Salento region, noted above all for its pliability and ease of working. For 150 years and four generations, Pimar have exploited this material to offer it to the building industry in the local area. Today, with the Diamante collection of finishes, that have been inspired by the aristocratic residences in the principal Italian cities during the second half of the 14th century, decorated with geometric patterns made up of diamond shapes, the architect wanted to draw attention to the strongly sculptural element seen in Italian architecture during that time. The series is articulated in five different versions in which pyramids and wedge-shapes have been arranged in an irregular patterns to create highly original interpretations of stone surfaces.