This contemporary house was conceived under the premise of landscape integration and respect for the natural environment. Our natural stone system STONEPANEL™ played an important role in this ecological and sustainable project located in Póvoa da Pégada (Portugal).
Natural stone lends a sense of inimitable elegance and a unique texture to all interior spaces. Granite, travertine, slate or marble are commonly used for all types of interior design projects. We tell you 5 ways to use natural stone in home decoration:
House 47 is a private home located in “Torre en Conill”, a residential area in Bétera, near Valencia. Designed by the architect Miguel González from Arquitopias studio, the project includes an exterior cladding using STONEPANEL™ Infercoa.
CUPA STONE natural stone for ‘Be Lagom’, the first sustainable and organic architectural project in Spain
Be Lagom, the first sustainable and organic architectural project in Spain, will be built with CUPA STONE natural stone. This exclusive promotion, located in Benahavis (Málaga, Costa del Sol), is a new development of 13 luxury villas with spectacular views over the Mediterranean. Gonzalez & Jacobson Arquitectura designed the project with the most exclusive natural […]
The use of natural stone as facade cladding has shown great technical development over the years. Today, the new construction systems facilitate its installation and increase its performance. Check out 3 types of stone facade systems currently used in architecture!
Granite is one of the most popular types of stone used in architecture, construction and decoration. Its dense grain makes it highly resistant to scratching and staining. Here you have 10 interesting facts to know about granite that will surely surprise you!
The World Architecture Day 2019 calls attention to the challenge of how architects can contribute to the realisation of affordable and long-lasting housing for all. To celebrate, we have chosen 3 natural stone projects that stand out for their sustainability and efficiency. Read on to see the stories!
The Natural Stone Council (NSC) has just announced updates to the Natural Stone Sustainability Standard (ANSI/NSC 373) that establishes criteria and methods for tracking, measuring and improving sustainability in the production of natural stone, long regarded for its durability and resiliency.