The Pietre Incise collection includes 26 patterned designs by designer Raffaello Galiotto and aims to let the "natural materiality" of marble shine through.
These feature a variation of models with different engravings and relief patterns, which were designed to showcase the "infinite" potential of marble.
Each wall covering fits into one of five subsections – linear, geometric, wavy, organic and architectural.
This year, Lithos Design has added four new textures, called Agra, Bugna, Crystal and Plissé, which were informed by techniques used in architecture as well as fabric manufacturing.
Agra draws on Oriental art and has a three-dimensional surface that references the architecture of the Indian city of Agra – home to the Taj Mahal.
Plissé, meanwhile, lives up to its name by nodding to the way in which the fabric of the same name folds, in soft vertical lines. The stone wall covering has a subtle pleated effect.
Also new is the Crystal texture, which has a regular geometric structure that creates a pattern that evokes the "spellbinding structure of a crystal," said Lithos Design.
Bugna, the last of the new textures, is an interior cladding design made using a rustication technique that has been around since antiquity.
It features rounded corners, staggered vertical grooves and horizontal slits, creating a structure with eye-catching areas of shadow and light.
The overall Pietre Incise collection takes the impact of light into account, creating stone surfaces that come to life throughout different times of the day.
"The careful studies carried out on the impact of light on the engraved stone find maximum expression in this project: the variation of brightness that marks the flow of the day, emphasises the natural appearance and draws on the surfaces a fascinating alternation of light and shadow, creating different shades on the walls," the brand said.
All four of the new textures come in modules measuring 60/120x60x2 centimetres.
To find out more about Lithos Design and the Pietre Incise collection, visit the brand's website.
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