Fornaci Calce Grigolin established its roots in 1950 when Giobatta Grigolin began his business of transporting sawdust and river stones. He opened his first furnace in 1963. Today in the production cycle Grigolin uses the wood sawdust as fuel, considered a zero impact material in accordance with the Kyoto protocol.

In over 50 years, the Company from a small family business turned up into one of the most important player of the Italian scenario, working in the production of plasters, mortars, glues, building, decorative colours and fine finishings. The company has always believed in the importance of Research and Development and invests considerable resources to studying innovative, biological and low environmental impact products.

Gruppo Grigolin, along with its subsidiaries, actively operates in the construction and building sector with the production of pre-mixed concrete, asphalt, cement, prefabricated structures, road constructions, and it is involved in the most important projects, both public and private, in Italy and around the world.


"Driven by the visionary concept, we think that this is the perfect situation to introduce an innovative line of lime-based products, one of the oldest and most natural building materials, and graphene, a material that has both the mechanical resistance of diamond and the flexibility of plastic.

The combination of these components paves the way for the creation of a new generation of the highest quality colours and decorative finishes with low environmental impact: finishings of the future."

At space&interiors

At space&interiors

Coloured paints, stuccoes and coloured plasters based on lime putty mortar, graphene and special non volatile organic compound (VOCs) pigments for the decoration and finishing of high quality environments, new constructions and renovations.