Release the natural power of stone
to enrich modern living

Our purpose

We are committed to empowering everyone to rise to the development challenges of modern living. By using stone, one of the world's most abundant natural resources, you can make a lasting impact across generations.

From classrooms to stadiums, land to landmarks, people need spaces not only to dream big, but to act on those dreams, making the world a better place for everyone.

This commitment is set in stone.


Our Living Stories

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City, Urban, Buildings
Thought Leadership

Urbanisation and sustainable megacity

With good design and materials, rapid urbanisation can be sustainable.

People, Humans, Child, Parent, Indoor, Home
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Protective layers

More complex than it seems, the building envelope creates a comfortable environment indoors

Hospital corridor, patients, hospital staff
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Healing architecture

Patients recover faster when healthcare facilities are thoughtfully designed

Sultan Abdul Samad Building
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Moving buildings

Beautiful architecture makes us feel better. The emotional impact of beautiful buildings can transcend the personal, even to the extent of improving the communities we live in.

Mood, education, children, classroom, raised hands
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Effects of noise pollution

As a growing body of evidence reveals the damaging impacts of noise pollution, it’s important that we respond. Good acoustic designs that absorb sound help professionals and students to think and talk more easily, and at the same time create better environments for learning and healing.

photos, germany, schrägdach broschüre, mother, child, sleeping, teddy, silence, baby
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Measure against Noise pollution

Not all noise is bad, as any lover of loud music would agree. But unwanted noise, otherwise known as noise pollution, poses a real threat to human health and wellbeing.

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Enriching modern living