Granite is one of the world’s most popular stones and a favored countertop material. It is composed of quartz, feldspar and mica and is formed in hundreds of colors. Granite is quarried worldwide but most often from Brazil, Spain, India and China. The only natural stones harder than granite are rubies, sapphires and diamonds, making it a very durable surface and easy to maintain. Therefore, granite is an ideal choice when performance, color, texture, ease of maintenance and durability are of the highest importance.


Marble is a metamorphic rock formed when limestone undergoes intense heat and pressure and is found primarily across Europe and India. Although most commonly white, marble can form in a range of colors, dependent on its mineral combination, like black, green, pink and grey. Color and true beauty will intensify over time and with use. Typically softer than granite, marble tends to stain, etch and scratch more easily, so it is recommended to always have marble sealed. Marble is used for countertop surfaces, fireplaces, bar-tops, backsplashes and bathroom designs.


Quartzite is a hard, metamorphic rock which starts out as sandstone and is converted into quartzite through heating and pressure related to tectonic compression. Quartzite’s density makes it mostly resistant to erosion and volatile weather, which allows for applications such as wall coverings, roofing tiles, as well as flooring and stair steps. Today, quartzite is becoming increasingly popular indoor as a decoration piece and for countertop surfaces. Pure quartzite is usually a neutral color, varying from white to gray, but it can also form in various shades of pink and red due to varying amounts of iron oxide.


Semi-Precious stone slabs combine the beauty of nature and human craftsmanship. Every semi-precious stone is cut one at time and then combined with resin binder to create a surface. Numerous colors and designs add the element of luxury and artistic appeal to any project. Semi-precious stone can be used for different applications including kitchen countertops, vanities and on walls. Additionally, many semi-precious surfaces are slightly translucent and can be illuminated through backlighting to create a lavish, unique environment.

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Onyx is an exotic stone and forms in numerous colors like red, yellow, brown, green and the most famous, black. Onyx is easily identified by its bands of alternating colors from the intergrowths of the quartz and moganite. Onyx is also translucent, which allows for more unique applications. Onyx is predominately used as a statement piece, light accent or as a backsplash in bathrooms and kitchens.


Limestone is a sedimentary rock composed mainly of calcite and aragonite and may contain small fossils and marine skeletal fragments that give the stone a natural, organic element commonly used in architectural design. Limestone’s consistency makes it a popular choice for both current and future projects that contain expansion plans. Limestone is mainly used for flooring, interior and exterior wall cladding, fireplaces and backsplashes..


Organic Stone Textures is a collection of innovative surface finishes to bring the stone to its original essence of "material". Organic textures highlights the typical aesthetic features of each stone and contrasts all those processes, such as polishing, which represent an artificial transformation of their nature. The aim is to bring back the stone to its "organic" origin, enhancing its own beauty and imperfections, whereby each single slab becomes a unique and not reproducible piece. A source of inspiration for designers and architects who have in mind “the stone”, an immortal natural beauty.

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