MAGNY LE LOUVRE
IM Pei designed Museum of Islamic Art in Doha is cladded in Magny french limestone
Magny Louvre limestone was used for flooring and cladding of the Mudam Museum in Luxembourg
The vein cut golden beige limestone, with fine and subtle grain makes it IM Pei's favourite limestone.
The whole of Mudam Museum is built in this beautiful french limestone from Burgundy
Take a look at this beautiful curved handrail fabricated in the french limestone Magny Le Louvre
The interior flooring and staircase at Miho Museum, Japan in french Magny limestone
The interior cladding of the Miho Museum in Magny Louvre limestone
Elegant staircase in french limestone Magny at Mudam Museum in Luxembourg
Beautiful warm honey tones and glass blends in perfect harmony at Mudam Museum
The iconic Louvre museum where this french limestone was first used and from where this bench of Magny limestone gets it's name.
The whole facade of the L Bank building in Karlsruhe, Germany is cladded in Magny le Louvre limestone from France
The world renowned German Historical Museum facade in Magny le Louvre limestone
The facade in french limestone in night at German Historical Museum gives it elegance it deserves.
Beautiful curved planter in french limestone Magny le Louvre carved at our factory in Burgundy.
The handrail and staircase in world renowned beige french limestone
The beautiful french Magny limestone resonates in its warm honey beige hues under lights at this building in Canary Wharf London.