Wnatever is is for historic purpose or just because it is beautiful, a stone staircase add to the perspective of an ad.Read More
What a joy, our new traditional stone staircase in a new farm house in Devon !Read More
With bit of luck finally we might do our first spiral with newel stone staircase in London.Read More
So this is the one of the future of the stone trade the robot !
This is in the newish workshop of some future partner in France, les ateliers du Grain d’orge.Read More
When contemporary architecture is as good as this we are not worried for the future ! the blending of the fog surrounding with the wall made of flint is mesmerising !Read More
We sometimes think of the natural stone industry as something outdated. Natural stone, like portland anstrude marble clispsham has always been at the centre of architecture.Read More
With so much work on cantilever staircases and new build, we have to deliver on time our superb natural limestone product from, made of portland or marble.Read More
We have just completed our first staircase on a horse shoe set out and what a beauty. ! the stone landing, load bearing, linking the 2 stair is just so thin and delicately fitted on the steps. ! The all cantilever shape look like some embracing arm made of natural limestone...Read More
How start the new ! well you can do like us, a challenging hanging staircase with metal stringer on the stairwell size, a heated steps staircase, a horse shoe stone staircase with cantilever stone steps.Read More
It can take a while for a layman to understand how sometimes it is not the harder stone that make the longest standing building ! Take clunch limestone from Bedfordshire, it has been used on so many churches in that area and there are still standing. Of course when you see a piece of lunch your first thought are,Read More
It is in France this time that we have to look for some new inspiration in stone architecture. What a relief to see our noble material, sustainable, easy to build with (especially with all new lifting gear and mortar).Read More
Just to sum up the state of the use of stone in contemporary architecture.
2 projects recently finished in London, and both using stone as a cladding material, the Black cultural archiveRead More
We always think of innovation in stonemasonry to be in the building method or the engineering, but what of the repairs on damage stone or limestone, caen stone, anstrude stone, or marble.Read More
It is not often described as this, but a workshop is a very living and noisy place. Pictures do not convey all the atmosphere of a stone workshop. The noise of the machine the hammer pneumatic or manual hitting the metal chisels.Read More
Unfortunately unknown photographer for this superb refurbishment in central London. The original cantilever staircase, with portland steps, is a great feature, no quarter landing, just a snake of a stair. Winding from Ground floor to the 2 nd floor. Note the tall handrail ! 1200 mm cast spindles ! The soffite was like some original italian, palladian stairwell, rendered with plaster. Enjoy this great setting ! ( look at the floor tiles too !)Read More
We forgot sometimes how crucial is the transport of stone. Even more by looking in the past do we see the way the sites were organised.Read More
Robert Adam, classical architecture specialist have been battling for some time with this massive mansion.
The scheme will be using some Stone and portland limestone for sure, will have a massive impact on the landscape.Read More