Granite shows natural stone in its purest form. The many ages of warping under high pressure have given this natural stone a striking look and unique technical features.
Basalt is a hard natural stone. As a result of its hardness and low porosity, basalt is very wear-resistant. The fine-grain look gives an extra dimension.
In this natural stone you can discover an organic maze of lines. Every type of marble contains calciferous components. This relatively homogeneous, compact natural stone is easy to sculpt.
This stone was pushed up to the surface millions of years ago under high pressure. The clay eventually developed into slate.
Limestone is a snow-white sedimentary rock in which you can clearly recognise the collection of fossils and/or quartz granules. This soft white stone is easy to sculpt.
Bluestone is a compact dark limestone. The dark ground mass of this natural stone harbours fossils of sea lilies. It is a timeless classic thanks to its great versatility and its technical features.