A natural stone house can “live” several lives. From a ruin, a new structure can be constructed to create a contemporary design. Here you have 5 examples of natural stone renovations that respect the heritage and give a totally unique look to the new building.
What a year it has been! As we have done in previous years, we thought it might be nice to highlight the content that really rocked your world this year. Here are the top 5 most popular posts of 2016 in CUPA STONE blog:
A natural stone facade is an excellent solution for exterior cladding. Aesthetics, resistance, versatility or minimal maintenance are some of the advantages of INFERCOA natural slate, an exclusive product from CUPA STONE quarries, perfect for the exterior walls of this contemporary house in UK.
A contemporary cottage with an elegant and warmth look. This tiny house has been built as a modern retreat in Czech Republic. STONEPANEL™, the innovative system for natural stone cladding, adds quality and character to the exterior facade of this modern hideaway.
Natural stone brings warmth to the interior design of a contemporary penthouse apartment in Brno, the second largest city in the Czech Republic. Our Multicoloured Asia Slate, STONEPANEL™ Multicolor and STONEPANEL™ Black Slate Thin Set were chosen by the architect Radan Blažek for wall and floor decoration in the living room, the bathroom and the exterior terrace.
The existing buildings in Woodhouse Eaves are renowned for being built in a traditional stone that has made the village one of the most desirable in the county. The external finish of this new East Midlands development was very important to blend in seamlessly with the houses in the surrounding area.
Contemporary dark grey panels STONEPANEL™ form a stylish contrast with white render in West Mill development at Colinton Village (Edinburgh, UK). The organic feel of STONEPANEL™ and timber creates bright living spaces, harmonising with the natural environment.
Christ College (Brecon) in Wales celebrates its 475th anniversary this year with a modern new building, the Memorial Hall, the hub of cultural life in the centre. Clad in STONEPANEL™, this remodeled facility accommodates the growing number of pupils and different activities such as events, performances and conferences.
Completed in 2014, Lynwood House is a new development of 34 high quality apartments, a medical centre and a community facility, clad in our natural stone panels STONEPANEL™ to sit comfortably within its surroundings.
Our natural stone panels STONEPANEL™ enhance the external look of Sniperley Fire Station (Durham, UK), delivered by Napper Architects, a design both functional and sympathetic to the surrounding environment.