Collaboration between man and stone

The collaboration between man and stone goes back to the beginning of time. Very early on our ancestors relied on it for tools, shelter, security and comfort. 

Over several millenniums stone has expressed itself in many ways, expanded its usages and horizons, been raised to noble employment from ancient times to the classical period. Burgundy stone has been greatly exploited in our own region to build inspiring churches and cathedrals, castles and abbeys, all of which constitute an extremely wealthy architectural heritage. Still today, Burgundy exports its great gamut of stones throughout the world.

Prestigious buildings, decorative monuments, or simply pavements, fireplaces and furniture in stone, benefit from the unique quality, the wide range of colours and warm character of Burgundy stone.

More beautiful, more eternal than ever, stone is ever present in architecture today.