- Facade in Semond on the 62nd street in New York
- Facade in Beaunotte
- Facade in Beaunotte in Swissland
- Facade in Semond (Saint-Cloud hospital)
- Louis Vuitton facade on the Champs-Elysées in Paris
Setting ‘dressed’ or cut stone was until modern times the most highly regarded method of constructing a façade: in cathedrals, fortresses, castles and Haussmann-style buildings, stone tells humanity’s story.
In this ceaseless quest for modernity, stone fulfils many selection criteria as it is environmentally friendly, durable and attractive, with a short supply chain.
Pierres dures :
Pierres semi-dures :
30 mm or more