“Where Hills Grow Tall and Sharp”
Vadara Moon Valley Pol 63x126x2cm
Macchia Vecchia Calacatta marble-inspired quartz, featuring a white background with bold dynamic brown and rust veining
Penned into history by the author T.E Lawrence, a timeless description of Jordan’s ancient rock formations in Wadi Rum describes hills that grow tall and sharp, towering for thousands of feet, with crabbs capped in a nest of domes. Ancient Byzantian architecture is mirrored in the shaded caves, towering peaks and deep red stone, tinged pink in the setting sun that once shone over the empires of the past.
Moon Valley’s soft, off-white background and warm, wide veins tipped with gentle shades of rust and gold pay homage to this ethereal scene, lit by the luna glow — the still of the desert, the warmth of the sand and the luminous moon. Subtle shading, and craggy grooves bring a sense of desert still and ancient wonder to your space.