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Top Landscaping Limestone: Ataija

Jul 11, 2014

The Ataija is a limestone that has been used for many years as a reference limestone for landscaping use, specially in places like France that have long historical tradition of using limestone.

Qatar Embassy – Brussels

Jun 18, 2014

The Qatar embassy project in Brussels (Belgium) is another high-profile embassy project that is supplied with limestone from Portugal, in this case the Moca Creme Classic limestone.

Gresham Street – London

May 28, 2014

The 30 Gresham Street is a project located in the heart of London, which involved the supply of fine cutting Moleanos and Cabeca Veada limestone for diverse interior applications.

Tour de Finances – Brussels

May 28, 2014

The Tour de Finances is a large public building that houses the Belgian finance department. This project required a total supply of 8.000m2 Moca Cream panels in honed finishing.

Top limestones for landscaping

May 19, 2014

Limestones are by nature softer types of stone, presenting limitations in terms of use in applications such as exterior landscaping where hardness and low water absorption are required.

Hotel Residence La Reserve – Belgium

May 19, 2014

La Reserve is a reference project located on the coastal part of Belgium, a high-end hotel and residential complex. The project involved the supply of mostly exterior cladding in Cabeca Veada.

Samsung building – South Korea

May 19, 2014

Beautiful project recently finished located in South Korea. This project involved the supply of beige Moleanos limestone from Portugal to a reference building of the company Samsung in South Korea.

American Embassy – Dominican Republic

May 19, 2014

Another reference projects using Portuguese limestone Cabeca Veada was recently finished with the supply of a large embassy project located in Santo Domingo, in the Dominican Republic.

Moca Creme vs Moleanos

May 19, 2014

Moca Creme and Moleanos are the two most renowned beige limestones from Portugal, but despite their appearance similarities, many people still confuse them. Here’s a comparison analysis about both of them.

Moleanos Azul

May 19, 2014

The Moleanos Azul is a grey limestone with a growing demand, in particular from markets like the UK, USA and Middle East. This is light a grey colored limestone with brown tonalities and a medium grain.

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