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Central Bank of Kuwait limestone cladding

Moca Cream limestone project – Central Bank of Kuwait

Sep 17, 2021

The Central Bank of Kuwait is a reference project in Kuwait and the Middle East and perhaps the most relevant project supplied with Portuguese Moca Cream limestone in the region.

Limestone cladding in the Gulf region

The limestone cladding market in the Gulf region

Apr 10, 2021

The Gulf region is home to a large number of private residences that display fantastic-looking limestone claddings. These are fairly large residences with impressive claddings that are mostly covered in beige or white limestone.

Fatima limestone best project applications

Mar 10, 2021

We introduce here to the wonderful world of the Fatima limestone, which is a very versatile limestone from Portugal that is used on a big diversity of applications. 

Inspirational ideas for grey limestone applications

Feb 10, 2021

Grey limestones are great types of limestones for a good contemporary interior design project. Despite projecting a certain cold feel due to its color, they are also earthy and warm in terms of elements and look.  

Choosing Fatima limestone from Portugal

Jan 7, 2021

The Fatima limestone is today one of the most important limestones available in Portugal and perhaps the main exporter in terms of volume of limestone, mostly in block format.

Beige limestones used on construction sector

Nov 24, 2020

Beige limestone have been having an incredible demand worldwide for all sorts of projects, being today considered one of the most popular types of natural stones used on project development.

Limestone cladding on Kuwait villas

Oct 5, 2020

Kuwait has been a fantastic market for the supply of beige colored limestones for exterior cladding applications. Here, one can find wonderful applications of beige limestones on modern designed villas and residential projects.

Grey limestone

Top grey limestones from Portugal

Jul 25, 2020

Here we introduce you to the top grey limestones from Portugal, which are used on the construction and decoration industries.

Moleanos Fine limestone cladding - Lillie Square London

Moleanos Fine limestone project – Lillie Square in London

Jun 25, 2020

Lillie Square is a master project in London supplied with Moleanos Fine limestone. The cladding was supplied with pre-cast structure including brick and Moleanos Fine limestone.

Top beige limestones from Portugal

May 27, 2020

Here we introduce you to the top beige limestones from Portugal, which are used on the construction and decoration industries.

Moleanos Blue limestone flooring - Canberra, Australia

Moleanos Blue limestone project – Canberra commercial building

May 5, 2020

The Canberra One is a reference building that required the supply of Moleanos Blue limestone polished tiles for flooring, staircases and a carved reception desk.

Moca Cream limestone slabs

Moca Cream limestone selections of 2020

May 1, 2020

We introduce the main selections of the Moca Cream limestone for 2020. From fine grain to medium grain, there are numerous selections to offer in 2020.

The best grey limestones: Moleanos Blue and Jura Grey

Mar 28, 2020

Comparison article about two wonderful grey limestones, the Moleanos Blue limestone from Portugal and the Jura Grey limestone from Germany.

Introduction to the Moca Cream limestone

Nov 6, 2019

The Moca Cream is a beige limestone from Portugal with a great reputation, being found pretty much all over the world.

Qatar Embassy Moca Cream limestone - Brussels, Belgium

Moca Cream limestone project – Qatar embassy in Brussels

Jun 18, 2019

The Qatar Embassy is an impressive project that showcase the Moca Cream limestone at its best, on all sorts of interior and exterior applications.

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