FRAGMENTS OF HISTORY FROM THE WORLD
From Turkey to Mexico, via Europe, we select stones piece by piece from all over the world. Each stone is unique and tells its own story thousands of years long, with colors and facets textures typical of faraway places.
Gray granite, also known as “salt and pepper” due to the presence of large black and white crystals, is one of the most resistant rocks of all. This particular resistance makes it perfect for the Menhir Pool and therefore for immersion in chemically treated water.
Available for: Menhir Pool
Ivory, as the name suggests, is representative of the classic warm sandy tones typical of travertine. The vein cut shows clearly the layers of the travertine that have been complied through millennia. Travertine is characterised by pitted holes and troughs in its surface.
Type of quartz quarried in Norway. The green color is expressed in all its shades, from the lightest to the most intense, in a swirl that creates an effect of sure impact. With its cloudy structure and intense gradation, it gives internal and external surfaces a strong yet natural appearance.
Purple Wave marble is particularly attractive for its ability to radiate purity and light. Coming from Turkey, this type of marble features a combination of greyish areas intertwined with lilac veins running through its surface, interrupting the achromatic tones of white and revealing its delicate beauty.
Fossil wood comes from the Amazonian forests. It is a petrified wood in which the organic part is replaced by minerals, while the original structure of the wood itself remains. Fossil wood changes color, taking on the shades of the minerals present in the earth in which it is found.
ARDESIA BLACK PILLAR
Mined on the Iberian Peninsula, Ardesia Black Pillar is a rock of sedimentary origin that can be easily divided into thin, flat, light, waterproof and weather-resistant slabs. It is a compact stone, gray-black in color that oxidizes once in contact with oxygen and humidity, taking on particular and very elegant shades.
Available for: Stake
PIETRA DI LUSERNA
Gneiss stone of the lamellar type, it is a set of overlapping layers. Native to northern Italy, it is characterized by unparalleled strength and a distinctive soft gray color with natural veining donated by the quartz part of the stone.
Available for: Stake
Thanks to the artisanal process of Menhir making, it is possible to create the perfect landscape lighting design for resorts, hotels or private villas by studying and using the type of stone found in the natural environment of your architectural setting.