INTERIOR

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Flooring, Stairs, Walls

For indoor spaces, we offer natural stone coverings for floors, stairs,  and walls, and more. 

Our large portfolio of projects, extensive list of partners and skilled craftsmen ensure that we will handle your project with expertise and precision.

Stones

Natural stone is resistant to wear and can fit any style. When it comes to interior spaces, the choice of stone is nearly limitless. Granite, Limestone and Marble are very versatile and can be used for indoors stairs, floors and wall cladding. Quartzite and Onyx are great choices for decorative pieces with a luxurious touch. Depending on your project, our team of experts can give you personalised advice on how to pick the right stone and finish.

Finishes

There is a variety of finishes to choose from for interior surfaces. When it comes to stairs and floors, it is important for the surface to have anti-slip purposes. This can be achieved with rougher finishes, like flamed or bush-hammered, while for a cleaner look, it is better to go for a polished finish. 

Stairs

Stair designs have a major impact on the aesthetic style, but also on cost, functionality and cleanliness.

For example, you can choose between open or closed riser stairs. A square edge has sharp cuts, making the steps appear taller, while a staircase with an overhang makes the top of the step wider.

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Tile layouts - "Calepinages"

The calpinage is the tile layout and determines the dimensions of each tile, which in turn define the overall aesthetic design. Besides stylistic considerations, the type of lay has also important implications for production and installation costs as well as maintenance.

Most frequent calepinages use square or rectangular dimensions such as 40x60cm or 60x60cm. Another often-used method is the Freelength Lay, in which the width is uniform but the lengths vary (e.g., 40cm free-length).

However, possibilities are virtually limitless and include Straight Lay, Diagonal Lay, Herringbone Pattern, Basketweave Pattern, Versailles Pattern and many more.

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