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Azul Valverde

Type: Limestone

Available Sizes: 2cm Thick Polished Slabs

This is a representative sample of natural product, doesn’t guarantee to match fully with the final product

Azul Valverde DARK

Type: Limestone

Available Sizes: 2cm Thick Polished Slabs

This is a representative sample of natural product, doesn’t guarantee to match fully with the final product

Calisa Capri

Type: Limestone

Available Sizes: 2cm / 3cm Thick Polished Slabs

This is a representative sample of natural product, doesn’t guarantee to match fully with the final product

Cenia Grey

Type: Limestone

Available Sizes: 2cm / 3cm Thick Slabs

This is a representative sample of natural product, doesn’t guarantee to match fully with the final product

Crema Europa

Type: Limestone

Available Sizes: 2cm Thick Polished Slabs

This is a representative sample of natural product, doesn’t guarantee to match fully with the final product

Gascogne

Type: Limestone

Available Sizes: 2cm Thick Polished Slabs

This is a representative sample of natural product, doesn’t guarantee to match fully with the final product

Gascogne Grey

Type: Limestone

Available Sizes: 2cm Thick Polished Slabs

This is a representative sample of natural product, doesn’t guarantee to match fully with the final product

Grigio Striato

Type: Limestone

Available Sizes: 2cm Thick Polished Slabs

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Gris Catalan

Type: Limestone

Available Sizes: 2cm / 3cm Thick Slabs

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Limra

Type: Limestone

Available Sizes: 2cm / 3cm Thick Polished Slabs

This is a representative sample of natural product, doesn’t guarantee to match fully with the final product

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Applications

Limestone

Limestone has a rich history of being central to architectural expression around the world. This sedimentary rock is very commonly used in construction, especially in Europe and North America. Its longevity, and ability to withstand exposure to the even the most adverse weather conditions, make it a dependable architectural resource. Limestone has been used in some of the world’s foremost monuments, such as the Great Pyramids of Egypt.

A stone is ingrained with geological and historical memories.

Andy Goldsworthy