To speak about stone means to speak of the story of Earth and of its countless transformations. It is a long journey of almost 5 billion years, from when a gaseous body transformed itself into a body of material, uninhabitable at first and then vital.
Extreme temperatures, pressures, geological fusions and incomprehensible alchemy have cloaked the planet with countless colors, apparently random, hiding those colors in between the folds of the earth, in places for us too hard to reach, almost as if to preserve their integrity.
There are archetypes that make up a part of our DNA, deep glues that unite humankind, where time and geographic locations lose their weight, a type of common denominator that embraces the whole human life. The stone imprints – across its architectural and artistic utterances – the great capacity to tie together cultures and worlds far apart into a single universal language.
For this philosophy, conscious of its uniqueness and of its complex variables, our approach to the stone is informal, careful to grasp an expression just sketched, as an indication of a route still to be outlined.
Every project implicates new glances and new challenges because the stone is alive; it does not respond to dogmas, and it does not adapt well to the logics of speculative production. A sort of rebellion to becoming a product of large consumption.
Our craft has been passed down from father to son for four generations, combining tradition, modernity, and a tireless research for materials and manufacturing.
Our daily challenge is in finding combinations and emotional correspondences between colors and forms that for their nature are unique: because every block of stone is a new page to write where time has imprinted its art.
Often the collaborations required by our company is an all-around work. We start by studying the needs of the client, through consults and personalized samples, and end with the elaboration of the project and eventual creation and installation on site.
Thanks to collaborations with italian and international Architects that are sensitive to the matter,
projects have been implemented over the years in which the stone expresses different languages: from the use in its purest meaning – monochrome, minimal, geometric and solid – to the use as decorative, multicolored, extroverted, modern or classic means.
stone is not a solid matter only, but it’s full of vibrations.