Curava is a family-owned and operated manufacturer and distributor of beautiful, bold and unique recycled glass surfaces that elevate rooms with a wow factor. Curava’s founding team of father and sons share a deep passion for protecting the environment and put their entrepreneurial spirit and unparalleled craftsmanship to work to bring to market this line of affordable, eco-friendly surfaces. They are dedicated to offering innovative, trusted products that are backed by the highest level of customer service.

The Story of How Curava Began

Curava is a family-owned business, with members who are both entrepreneurial and multifaceted — working in many areas of the stone business, from interior and exterior cladding to fabricating countertops.

Curava arose from a place of curiosity and innovation when one day, a what-if idea led to a wow product. While mixing cement, one of the brothers wondered what would happen if he mixed broken glass into cement. From there the first rendition of Curava would be born as a cement-based, recycled glass surface.

Together, the brothers and their father knew they had something special on their hands. With this simple experiment, they had created a mixture with the potential to be an eye-catching, sustainable surface. Better still, it could offer the environmentally conscious consumer an affordable alternative to granite or marble. With many trips abroad to source materials, find the perfect manufacturing facility and create a recycling plant, the family worked tirelessly to make their vision a reality.

Over time the family has learned through trial and error evolving from that first bucket of cement and broken glass to the superior resin-based product it is today.

The company is dedicated to going above and beyond to provide beautiful, unique, creative surfaces that last a lifetime.

Miami Beach Club de FutbolCurava is a proud sponsor of UPSL team Miami Beach Club de Futbol.

A Co-Owner of Curava, Paolo Bilotta played soccer at Boston College and has a life-long love of the game, so he was quick to get on board to help establish Miami Beach’s first professional soccer team.