Norway’s famous tradition for wooden boats is one of its most important symbols. Famed explorer Roald Amundsen was the first man to reach the South Pole, sailing through the ice with the tough oaken vessel Maud. This ship was built in 1917 in the small village of Vollen where the Oslofjord Museum opened spring of 2013. A unique exhibition space […]
Lanchester Medical Centre has been finished in our innovative cladding system STONEPANEL™ to provide a traditional aesthetic for this new development in Lanchester (UK). A modern and sustainable building that meets the needs of the requirements of the smaller surgery that was located in the village. Edwards Architecture designed the project using BIM (Building Information Modelling).
STONEPANEL™ natural stone panels fit in well with local architecture for Hemsedal Alpin Lodge, located at the second largest ski area in Norway. This resort has a perfect position in Hemsedal, a small village in the Scandinavian Alps perfect for skiing and winter activities.
A 18th century stone-built traditional house has been totally refurbished and transformed into a contemporary restaurant in Ponferrada (Spain). Interior floors of this historic building have been renovated using CUPA STONE marble.
STONEPANEL™ is perfect for the facade of the new Aimé-Césaire High School located in Clisson (France). Ataub Architects and their co-contractor Linéa Architecture and Urbanism chose STONEPANEL™ Sylvestre for the exterior cladding -a total surface of 550 square meters- of this secondary education institution which provides different grades about construction industry.
Headboards are a great way to completely transform the look of your whole bedroom. Using STONETACK™, the first auto-adhesive natural slate panel for interior wall decoration, you can create a DIY stone headboard in only 30 minutes.
Located in the west coast of Denmark (Holstebro), Storädalen Golf Club offers the best of nature and the comfort of a sport center. A facade clad in STONEPANEL™ Black Thin Set Slate adds elegance and character to the facilities, opened in 2007.
A natural stone 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 houses that respect the heritage and give a totally unique look to the new building.