The world renowned Museum of Islamic Art is cladded with the Chamesson B2 limestone from Burgundy
World renowned architect IM Pei chose Chamesson B2 limestone from Burgundy for Museum of Islamic Art in Doha, Qatar.
Chamesson B2 French Limestone is able to stand strong when it comes to salt attack. The stone is on an artificial island surrounded by sea on three sides.
Beautiful sunk panels in French limestone for Islamic Art museum in Qatar.
The beautiful Chamesson limestone for a multi million dollar house on the Pacific coast.
The stone is suitable for sea facing environment. A beautiful high end residence in an island in the Pacific.
The unique beige white greyish limestone with light bands of speckles.
A special project realised for an Australian client in tumbled finish in Burgundy limestone Chamesson B2
The long panels in honed finish in Chamesson limestone gives the warm hues enhancing the veins movements.
Chamesson B2 in textured sanded finish for the swimming pool area.
Vein cut french limestone Chamesson B2 in honed finish
The second bench of the Chamesson quarry in Burgundy gives beautiful vein movement when cut perpendiculr to quarry bed.