Architecture is a thing of art, a phenomenon of the emotions, lying outside questions of construction and beyond them.
The purpose of construction is to make things hold together; of architecture to move us.

Le Corbusier

Bleu de Savoie
Quintessential Luxury

Bleu de Savoie is a particularly bright, homogeneous, crystalline marble characterized by delicate shades of color ranging from blue-gray to dark gray, with a high resistance to frost and weathering. It has been extracted for over 180 years from the only existing quarry at Amie (Savoie) in the French Alps, and is renowned for its excellent workability and easy maintenance, making it the ideal material for both exterior and interior applications. This extraordinary stone, unique in its kind, is surprisingly versatile and offers a wide range of applications with specific types of finishes, both in building and renovation work, from paving pool floors, indoor flooring, outdoor paving and wall cladding, to kitchen countertops, vanity tops and other items such as solid marble wash basins and bathtubs. The incomparable natural, aesthetic features of Bleu de Savoie have attracted Architects and Interior Designers from all over the world. They have made it their material of choice above other natural stones, considering its adaptability to all architectural styles, from classic to the most contemporary, to be beyond compare and the essential, refined elegance it gives living spaces rendering them exclusive and timeless, to be the quintessence of luxury.

French Natural stones have always had enormous potential in production volume and output. France is also one of the very few countries that offers a wide variety of limestone. Are you starting a project?
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The sculptor doesn’t try to translate his thought into marble: he thinks in marble, directly.

André Gide on Oscar Wilde, 1910

Hauteville,
Stone with Character

Hauteville stone is known and appreciated worldwide for its high levels of resistance and durability, which have afforded it a position of honour among the stones most used globally in building and cladding prestigious buildings and monuments. In the space of over 80 years, this limestone with character has been chosen by famous architects from around the globe for use in creating great architectural works that still bear witness to its beauty and its durability, such as the Empire State building in New York, whose construction began in March 1930. In many states of North America, in South America, Japan and Europe, there are countless public, private and religious buildings, dams, bridges and monuments, that owe their charm to this amazing stone, classified by many as marble.The advent of the most advanced numerical control systems for working stone, has also brought new life to the use of Hauteville in contemporary architecture, offering creative professionals challenging and unusual possibilities to sculpt this compact, uniform stone and create figurative images and amazing three-dimensional forms.