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CONTENTS

R. Sekar, Bangalore

Editorial

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SEMINAR Natural Stone Industry - Present Scenario

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News 28 Stona 2020 Road Show in Udaipur and Jalore Makrana Marble is Now a Global Heritage Stone Resource Export Market Latin America – An Emerging Market

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Associate Editor Jaya V. Rastogi

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Heritage 32 Prambanan – A Hindu Temple in Indonesia Project 34 Girish Shah and Ramesh Dyeing, Pune The Coach House in Malta Logie Point, Jersey – Guz Architects Mount Stewart House County Down Rever Plate House Tuñón Arquitectos' Casa De Piedra Stone House in Menorca Sydenhurrst Manor House, Surrey St. Edmund or St. James Church Blunham, Architects


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Wildlife Art 48 James Museum of Western + Wildlife Art Temple 50 The Philadelphia Pennsylvania Temple Fairs Marmomac 2019 Stone+Design Sanghai 2019 Bursa Block Fair 2019

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EDITORIAL

21 Granite units in Prakasam reap fallout of U.S.China trade war

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The economic war between the U.S. and China has proved to be a blessing in disguise for the exporters of processed granite slabs from the Building Products Special Economic Zone at Gullapalli in Prakasam district.

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The 100% export-oriented units, which process the world-famous black galaxy and other granite rough blocks and export mostly to the U.S. are reaping a windfall in the wake of the U.S. Department of Commerce imposing triple-digit duties on imports of Chinese quartz used in manufacturing countertops and other household surfacing. The company sees a good demand for its natural coloured material from overseas players, especially from the U.S., following imposition of 360% anti-dumping duty on Chinese quartz. Andhra Pradesh Industrial Infrastructure Corporation (APIIC) has promoted Growth Centre to add value to the rough granite blocks mined from the famous Chimakurthy mines. Export of coloured natural stone material including Black Pearl, Steel Grey, Viscount White, Moon White and River White varieties from the SEZ are expected to pick up during this fiscal. On an average, 500 containers of processed granite slabs were exported from the SEZ, including the U.S. and West Asian countries, every month, earning precious foreign exchange to the tune of over Rs. 6,000 crore per annum in the last fiscal. According to the sources of the industry the present market condition is conducive for granite exports to go up by 20% to 30% this year from 60,000 cubic metres done by the processing units in the SEZ last year. However, the nascent quartz units fear a slump in business as the U.S. Department of Commerce has set in motion the process for imposing antidumping duty on Indian quartz after a complaint lodged by a domestic quartz manufacturer seeking imposition of 345% anti-dumping duty on exports from India. According to the industry sources the proposal has created a lot of unrest among manufacturers of artificial quartz manufacturers. Authorities have now sought data from exporters of Indian quartz. The industry wants that the Director General of Foreign Trade should intervene on their behalf during the proceedings initiated by the Department of Commerce and give a factual account of the subsidy provided to them. In view of the prevailing uncertainty, new players have decided to put their plans of setting up quartz processing units in the region on hold. K. Vikram Rastogi


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SEMINAR

NATURAL STONE INDUSTRY PRESENT SCENARIO and mine owners attended this seminar. In his address, R. Veeramani, Founder President of FIGSI and Chairman, CAPEXIL, emphasised the need for boosting marketing efforts with thrust on new areas in the world; developing new products; avoiding cut throat competition; skilling to provide employment and compiling a resource book with the global scenario so as to highlight the areas where policy decisions by Indian Government officials are required to be taken.

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Inaugural Session

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A Seminar-cum-Interactive Session on “Natural Stone Industry – Present Scenario” was held from 10.00 AM to 2.00 PM on 18th July, 2019 at Hotel Lakend, Udaipur. This was the second seminar conducted by Federation of Indian Granite and Stone Industry (FIGSI) in 2019 and the first outside Karnataka State. J.K. Upadhyay, Director Mines, was the Chief Guest in the seminar. More than 150 industrialists, geologists, delegates, stone traders No.

Ishwinder Singh, President, FIGSI, highlighted the importance of participation in STONA 2020. Two hundred and fifty foreign buyers shall be invited to the fair to finalise their annual purchases from Indian companies. The detailed working done for organizing this seminar by Kalit Bhandari, Joint Secretary, FIGSI, was greatly appreciated.

Name of the Speaker

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Amar Saxena

Granite – Since Ages

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Akshay Deep Mathur

Genesis of Environment Protection – Major Threats – Relief to MSME mines

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Prof. Vinod Agarwal

Need of Environmental Consideration for Sustainable Growth of Natural Stone Sector

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Dr. N.K. Chouhan & Dr. H.S. Yadav

Natural Rocks as Building Stone in Context to Present Scenario & its PhysicoMechanical Properties

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Dr. C.H. Rao

Indian Granite and Natural Stone Industry – Issues, Growth Prospects and Measures

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Prof. Ravindra Nagar

Utilization of Stone Waste in Concrete, Pavers and Blocks

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K. Vikram Rastogi

Skill Training in Stone Sector

K. Vikram Rastogi, an International Expert on Marketing and Skilling, spoke on the advantages of employing trained manpower. He vehemently argued for setting up training courses for operators for the existing machines and organizing one day courses for existing operators to upgrade their technical skills in increasing productivity, better quality, reduction in waste and power consumption resulting in reduction in overall price of end-products. In order to increase utilization of stone as value added items and for artefacts, he also advocated the need for organizing one day courses for architects, builders, interior designers so that additional industries may be set up and employment generated. Skilling at artisans levels for making sculptures, statues, temple parts, mosaics, masonry etc. is another area where a large work force can be trained properly and employment generated. Stone sector can employ a

large number of people in mining, processing, marketing, exporting and trading activities. Guru Shastrimath, Chairman, Seminar & Conference Sub Committee, FIGSI, moderated the programme. A net working lunch helped the interaction of delegates with the speakers and FIGSI officials.

Seven Eminent Speakers from Different Fields


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NEWS

STONA 2020 ROAD SHOW IN UDAIPUR AND JALORE STONA 2020 is being organised in five halls from 6th to 9th February, 2020 in Bangalore at Bangalore International Exhibition Centre. Almost 75% of the area has been sold. For publicity, promotion and marketing of STONA 2020, road shows were organized at Hotel Lakend in Udaipur on 18th July, 2019 and Hotel Krishana in Jalore on 19th July, 2019. About 200 industrialist attended the road show in Udaipur. 50 industrialists attended the show while 11 industrialists became members of FIGSI in Jalore.

Manoj Kumar Singh, Chairman, STONA 2020 highlighted the special benefits being given to exhibitors during the event. He advised all FIGSI members to participate in the exhibition as STONA has already become 4th largest exhibition in the world. “Organizers are inviting 250 foreign buyers to the exhibition this time” said Ishwinder Singh, President, FIGSI. He also thanked all the members of the Executive Committee and members of FIGSI for making both the road shows a great success.

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MAKRANA MARBLE IS NOW A GLOBAL HERITAGE STONE RESOURCE According to geologists, this news can bring researchers from all over the world to visit the place.

The inclusion of the stone, which is behind the incredible marvels such as Taj Mahal in Agra and Moti Masjid in Lahore, in GHSR has not only brought a feather in the cap of Rajasthan but also good news in the state's stone market. The inclusion of the stone, which is behind the incredible marvels such as Taj Mahal in Agra and Moti Masjid in Lahore, in GHSR has not only brought a feather in the cap of Rajasthan but also good news in the state's stone market.

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Known for its fine quality, marble from Makrana in Rajasthan has become Asia’s first Global Heritage Stone Resource (GHSR), as confirmed by the International Union of Geological Sciences (IUGS). The Makrana marble is the first stone resource from India and Asia to get the GHSR status, confirms IUGS, an international non-governmental organisation devoted to international cooperation in the field of geology. "Good news for State that International Union of Geological Sciences, @theIUGS has confirmed #Makrana Marble to be #Asia's first Global Heritage Stone Resource (GHSR). It will give international recognition to Makrana Marble and help in its conservation too. #Rajasthan," Chief Minister of Rajasthan Ashok Gehlot tweeted.

Makrana marble is a metamorphic rock, found in a single deposit in India, which has about 90–98% C a l c i u m Carbonate. The marble is found only in Makrana, a small town situated 110 km west of Jaipur. Those associated with the stone industry see this as news that will bring inflation in the stone trade. "Its a matter of prestige to everyone who is associated with Rajasthan, especially dealing with stones. After getting GIT awards, this new tag will bring Rajasthan on a world map and will help to flourish the depleting trade of Makrana marble, which is the best quality of marble in the world," The renowned sites where Makrana marble is used are Humayun’s Tomb in New Delhi; Dukhnivaran Sahib Gurdwara, Ludhiana; Sheikh Zayed Mosque in Abu Dhabi and the Victoria Memorial in Kolkatta. Besides its use in monuments, the marble is commonly used in the sculpture industry of India. The sculptors see the newly attained tag as a revival of the art's popularity. "This will certainly gain its lost popularity. From last few years, white marble from Vietnam was used as a replacement because it was less expensive. But now people will start buying the sculptures made from the original Makrana marble which will give a boost to the local marble industry".


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EXPORT MARKET

Latin America – An Emerging Market United States of America is the largest market for Indian stone. Renovation of countertops has given boost to export of granite and quartz surfaces. The requirement of slabs and tiles has also been on increase though India has to face stiff competition from Chinese exporters. There is an urgent need to identify new markets for Indian stone and Latin America is most appropriate territory for this purpose. There are 33 countries in Latin America and the

K. Vikram Rastogi, Editor, Stone Panorama & President, Stone Technology Centre Group, Jaipur Caribbean today. According to United Nations, Latin America generally refers to territories in Americas where the Spanish, Portuguese or French languages are spoken. Mexico, most of Central and South America, and in the Caribbean, Cuba, Dominican Republic, Haite and Puerto Rico. As per 2016, the population was 639 million and area 19, 197, 000 square kilometer the important players in stone trade – import & export – are Mexico, Brazil, Argentina, Colombia, Chile, Ecuador, Costa Rica, Uruguay and S. Domingo.

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Ecuador . Latin America is a focus region for exports for Government of India. Not much is known about varieties and finishes in demand in each country as also their economy, stability of Govt., reliability of payment, currency etc.

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It would be seen that the total export of stones was to 2,645,000 tonnes whereas the total import was of 637,000 tonnes. Brazil and Mexico are major exporters to USA. Mexico is the largest importer of stones followed by Colombia, Chile, Brazil, Argentina and

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Countries of Latin America While Vittoria Stone Fair is organized every year in far and is a sleeping giant as far as imports are Espírito Santo State in Brazil and Indian companies, who concerned. are mainly exporting marble slabs and tiles, some of the premimum varieties of granite & engineered stone have While individual companies can participate in been participating in this exhibition. Brazil is the largest construction fairs organised in Chile, Peru, Argentina as producer of a large variety of granites and there are a and Brazil even CAPEXIL can take a combined stand large number of granite processing factories for making with some Indian companies to participate in fairs held slabs and tiles. It is also a large producer of slate in its in these countries to promote Indian stones which would various finishes. help increasing export of stones to Latin American countries. Efforts shall have to be made from now CAPEXIL, should also get a market survey conducted for onwards. It is hoped that Latin American countries selected importing countries so that Indian Exhibitors would be able to import a reasonable quantity of stones get a proper feedback on variety of stone finishes, – marble, granite, limestone and engineered stone in the prices, payment terms etc. Latin America is untapped so near future.


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HERITAGE

PRAMBANAN – A HINDU TEMPLE IN INDONESIA The Prambanan or “many priests” temple is the largest Hindu temple in Indonesia. Prambanan was built in 850 and today the temple complex is being reconstructed. One of the most imposing features are the scattered ruins of Prambanan’s 224 outer temples. As visitors enter the heart of the temple complex, they discover eight major and eight minor temple clusters. Their elaborately carved stupas praise Trimurti, a manifestation of Brahma the Creator, Vishnu the Preserver and Shiva the Destroyer.

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Construction

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The Prambanan temple is the largest Hindu temple of ancient Java, and the first building was completed in the mid-9th century. The construction of Prambanan probably was meant to mark the return of the Hindu Sanjaya Dynasty to power in Central Java after almost a century of Buddhist Sailendra Dynasty domination. The construction of this massive Hindu temple signifies that the Medang court had shifted its patronage from Mahayana Buddhism to Shaivite Hinduism. According to the Shivagrha inscription of 856 CE, the temple was built to honuor Lord Shiva, and its original name was Shiva-grha (the House of Shiva) or Shiva-laya (the Realm of Shiva). According to inscription, a public water project to change the course of a river near Shivagrha temple was undertaken during the construction of the temple. The river, identified as the Opak River, now runs north to south on the western side of the Prambanan temple compound. Historians suggest that originally the river was curved further to east and was deemed too near to the main temple. The project was done by cutting the river along a north to south axis along the outer wall of the Shivagrha Temple compound. The former river course was filled in and made level to create a wider space for the temple expansion, the space for rows of pervara (complementary) temples. The temple compound was expanded by successive Mataram kings, such as Daksa and Tulodong, with the addition of hundreds of perwara temples around the chief temple. Prambanan served as the royal temple of the Kingdom of Mataram, with most of the state's religious ceremonies and sacrifices being conducted there. At the height of the kingdom, scholars estimate that hundreds of brahmins with their disciples lived within the outer wall of the temple compound. The urban center and the court of Mataram were located nearby, somewhere in the Prambanan Plain.

Abandonment In the 930s, the court was shifted to East Java by Mpu Sindok, who established the Isyana Dynasty. An eruption of Mount Merapi volcano, located north of Prambanan in central Java, or a power struggle probably caused the shift. That marked the beginning of the decline of the temple. It was soon abandoned and began to deteriorate. The temples collapsed during a major earthquake in the 16th century. Although the temple ceased to be an important center of worship, the ruins scattered around the area were still recognizable and known to the local Javanese people in later times. The statues and the ruins became the theme and the inspiration for the Loro Jonggrang folktale. After the division of Mataram Sultanate in 1755, the temple ruins and the Opak River were used to demarcate the boundary between Yogyakarta and Surakarta (Solo) Sultanates, which was adopted as the current border between Yogyakarta and the province of Central Java.

Rediscovery The Javanese locals in the surrounding villages knew about the temple ruins before formal rediscovery, but they did not know about its historical background: which kingdoms ruled or which king commissioned the construction of the monuments. In 1918, the Dutch began reconstruction of the compound and proper restoration only in 1930. Efforts at restoration continue to this day. The reconstruction of the main Shiva temple was completed around 1953 and inaugurated by Sukarno. Since much of the original stonework has been stolen and reused at remote construction sites, restoration was hampered considerably. Given the scale of the temple complex, the government decided to rebuild shrines only if at least 75% of their original masonry was available. Most of the smaller shrines are now visible only in their foundations, with no plans for their reconstruction.


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GIRISH SHAH AND RAMESH DYEING, PUNE *** Stone is the oldest and the most durable building material, being widely used for construction over centuries. Even today, most of the prestigious construction projects use stones of different varieties for different proposes.***

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With the RCC structure already in place, JJ Design, Pune made a few civil changes including revising the position and size of the window openings to harmoniously unify the outdoors and indoor areas. The final result was achieved by carefully planning the elevational treatment and appropriate selection of colour scheme before and after the finishes. As far as flooring is concerned, the kitchen has Bianco Carrara Italian marble, the guest bedroom has Italian tiles, the master bedroom has Noisetteflurry Italian marble and the family room also has Bianco Carrara Italian marble.

The kitchen is designed using materials which would not compromise with the aesthetics, but at the same time require minimal maintenance - Titanium Travertino Italian marble for wall cladding, Kohibo brown granite for kitchen platform, Italian highlighter for Dado and white lamination polish for kitchen trolleys. The design manifest on under stated elegance. Through not flamboyant. The design displays freshness of approach and distinct creativity.


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THE COACH HOUSE IN MALTA

Valletta transformed it into a contemporary residence that retains its original character. First the architects restored the dilapidated structure to a suitable condition by repairing stone walls that were missing mortar joints and had been damaged by plants growing between the stones. They also restored original openings in the wall before focusing on the addition of a first floor extension that houses a new master suite & additional bedroom. The vertical extension exactly follows the perimeter of the existing building and is clad in stone blocks laid at an angle to produce a pattern of geometric shadows. All extensions & their structural interventions were carried out in a way to ensure the protection of the existing building and the reversibility of new additions.

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Architecture office AP Valletta has restored an old coach house in the town of Balzan, Malta, adding a contemporary extension featuring a weave-patterned stone facade. The Coach House occupies a building situated alongside the 18th century Palazzo Bosio, which is located within a conservation area on the edge of Balzan's historic centre. The original building is thought to predate the main palazzo, and is likely to have always functioned as a service building. AP

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Logie Point, Jersey – Guz Architects

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A contemporary private residence on the SouthWest Coast of Jersey, this project is perched above the rocky coastline of Corbiere and the expansive St Quens Bay. The internal stone needed to be a continuation of the external finishes. This continued through windows and doors with minimal frames and the Cumbrian slate was used to clad selected internal walls. The sourcing and installation being the same as the external application, and the environmentally friendly aspect of using the reclaimed Cumbrian slate was important feature in the selection of this stone. The brief was to find a stone that was sympathetic to the surrounding and the tradition of dry stone walling in Jersey and still add to the contemporary minimalist design of the building. After looking at various granites and limestones from Europe, Burlington Stone weathered walling was chosen as it perfectly suited the desired building colouring. The grey/blue tone and the browns and oranges blended in with surrounding local rock and gave a more natural and weathered look to the building. The material was dressed on site and fixed with a mortar bed set back from the face to give a dry stone wall effect. Stonemasons visited the Cumbrian quarry to hand pick all the stones for its size, shape & colour. This carefully selected material was used to make all the facades, the sharp corners & deep reveats for windows & doors. The architect wanted the glass to appear to slice through the rock without a large windows frame. Every care and attention to detail has been taken during the internal design work and this has been more than supplemented by superior site management, supply chain quality control and effective and sophisticated craftsmanship that exudes quality throughout.

Client : Goetz Eggethoefer Architect : Guz Architects, Riva Architects Main Contractor : Houze Construction Principal Stone Contractor : Granite Le Pelley Stone Supplier : Burlington Stone, SFS Stone Stone Used : Kirkby Weathered Walling, Shanxi Black Granite


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Mount Stewart House County Down

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Mount Stewart, located on the shores of Strangford Lough in County Down, is Northern Irelands much loved family home. Following a three year £8 million restoration programme, this 19th century house has been significantly transformed, making it a must-see attraction on the island of Ireland.

The team completed the painstaking task of cutting away the overlying black and white linoleum and bitumen. Fine sharp chisels and hand tools were used to minimise the impact on the original underlying sandstone. Wherever possible stones were repaired in situ or lifted and re-bedded and almost the entire floor was grouted and re-pointed.

Located in a 19th century house and garden in County Down, Northern Ireland, Mount Stewart House is in the care of the National Trust and is the family home of the Londonderry family. The house is one of Ireland’s most popular tourist attractions and had recently undergone a major three year restoration project.

Mount Stewart has collections of international and national significance and one of the most significant silver displays in the Trust’s care. Exquisite family collections were on show including works of Lawrence, Brock and Stubbs. Visitors have the opportunity to explore this wonderful home at their leisure or by guided tours to learn more about the Londonderry family and the important role they played in local and international history.

The original sandstone floor had been covered with a 30mm screed of bitumen overlaid by a linoleum finish in the 1960s. The tiles had subsequently been renewed in 2006. The objective of the project was to return the central hall to its former glory and reveal the sandstone floor. Initial investigations and trials were carried out in 2014 and 2016 in order to try and understand the details of the present floor covering, methods for its removal and to gain a snapshot indication of the condition of the underlying sandstone.


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Rever Plate House This project saw the all development of River Plate House in Finsbury Circus. The brief called for an exemplary new office building on a historic city of London Site.

The building is configured around a central core, providing large column free office space at all levels. A sculptural main circulation stair has been positioned with good visibility from the core to encourage use of stair between floors. Within the impressive reception a traditional palette of stone, bronze and walnut is imaginatively detailed to provide an uplifting environment for the occupiers. The lift shafts, in translucent glazing, provide both a source of light and movement, with the lift cars casting shadows as they rise and descend. A walnut clad recess in the carved stone wall on the east side of the reception houses a sleek reception desk and provides views into the lower levels of the light well. Wilkinson Eyre has designed two walnut veneered sculptures which act as focal points within the large space. Client : Mitsubishi Estate London Ltd/ Stanhope PLC Architect: WilkinsonEyre Main Contractor : Lendlease Principal Stone Contractor : Grants of Shoreditch Stone Supplier (1) : Albion Stone Stone Supplier (2) : Portland Stone Firms Ltd Stone Used (1) : Whitbed Limestone Portland Stone Used (2) : Perryfield (retained façade)

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Close collaboration with the client has resulted in a beautiful building with complex geometries, 15,000m² of grade space, new entrances, retail provision and a richness of detail that retains the integrity of the Circus. The development takes a traditional palette of materials, including Portland stone, and unites them in a contemporary piece of architecture with modernist stone detailing.

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The site is adjacent to the listed Britannic House by Edwin Lutyens and forms part of the buildings that edge the Circus, the largest open public space within the City’s boundaries.


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TUÑÓN ARQUITECTOS' CASA DE PIEDRA

Tuñón Arquitectos has completed Casa de Piedra, a house in the town of Cáceres, Spain, which is built from solid stone and laid out in a grid of nine cube shaped rooms. Casa de Piedra is built from local quartzite, with windows framed in granite. Located on a plot sloping slightly down towards the town, Tuñón Arquitectos

designed its thick walls to shade residents from the sun and provide privacy. Small, square oak-framed skylight windows bring more light into the deep stone recesses. Each of the house’s four elevations is punctured by three square windows, which align with the regularly arraigned rooms in side.

Project credits: Architects: Emilio Tuñón and Carlos Martínez de Albornoz. Client: Private

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Collaborators: Albert Palazón, Victoria López Cabezas, Jose Miguel Martín, Inés García De Paredes, Miguel Cayuelas Del Barrio, Andrés Regueiro, Javier Chávez Muñoz and Julia Díaz Beca Structures: Alfonso Gómez Gaite Installations: Úrculo Ingenieros Quantity surveyor: José Carlos Pozo Landscaping: Benavides Laperche Contractor: FISSA


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A patchwork of roughly hewn local stone and smooth plaster forms the facades of this house, designed by architects Nomo Studio to overlook the sea in Menorca. The Barcelona based architects used limestone that was excavated from the foundations of Stone House for its facade. The studio wanted the residence to reference traditional Menorcan architecture but avoid falling into pure replica. Modern common treatments were avoided that imitate oldness. The blending of local architectural customs and materials with modern architectural forms and construction methods also helped reconcile conflicting briefs from their clients. At the north-facing front of Stone House is a 100-squaremetre porch. It features an opening glazed facade, which means it can be used as shaded area open to the elements in summer, or enclosed to form a winter garden in cooler seasons. The porch leads through a central, double-height reception area that acts as the heart of the home. Glazing runs along the upper-level to turn it into a "light-shaft" with the circulation wrapped around it.

Project credits: Architect: Nomo Studio Building engineers: Mus&Segui | Landscaping: Cristina Gil de Biedma and BĂĄrbara Saavedra | Partner-in-charge: Alicia Casals | Project leader: Alicia Casals | Team: Karl Johan Nyqvist, Mira Botseva, Jennifer MĂŠndez

Bedrooms, living spaces, a kitchen and garage are also arranged around this central space. Wooden-shuttered windows, housed both in deep reveals and projecting frames, animate the home's elevations and bring natural light into the rooms. The interior continues the earthy palette of the exterior, with sand-coloured concrete pavements, whitewashed wooden beams and pine carpentry. Masonry niches and kitchen counters continue the theme of the stonework.

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Sydenhurrst Manor House, Surrey

Sydenhurst Manor House is a ÂŁ12m luxury manor house built near Godalming. The ambition was to create a building with the appearance of a 200 year old manor house, naturally stone was the only solution. The buff Stoke Hall Ashlar walling was selected to give the building its heritage appearance. Bespoke masonry features for the heads, cills, jambs and mullions crafted from Stoke Hall stone finish the project perfectly. In consultation with the architect and the client, the overall stone package was value engineered reducing overall costs without compromising the grandeur of the building. Sydenhurst is situated within 30 acres or private rolling parkland on the outskirts of the picturesque village of Chiddingfold. The property comprises of 9 principal bedrooms with the ability to host extra guests in the additional accommodation in the orangery.

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The principal house, built in Georgian style, is accessed through the main hallway off which are situated a substantial kitchen with family room, drawing room, dinning room, library, office and wine cellar. The first and second floors are accessed by the oval stairwell or lift off which all the bedrooms are located. The master suit includes a morning room, bedroom, dressing rooms and bathrooms. The orangery is accessed from the principal residence via the link building giving access to all aspects of the property. A double height entertainment hall houses facilities including a two lane bowling alley, snooker room and cinema. The village of Chiddingfold is quintessential in every way with a prominent and active village green surrounded a duck pond.


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St. Edmund Church Blunham

The decision was made to support the tracery from braced, designed scaffolding so that the mostly original 14th or 15th century tracery be retained in its original positions.. All glazing was removed to be restored by leaded light specialist glazers. The stone removal which involved supporting the tracery from braced, designed scaffolding; this allowed removing the unstable decayed mullions, jambs, and heavily spalled cill. A new Barrington Clunch stone cill was fixed into place, this gave us a stable base on which to rebuild the original medieval clunch stone mullions. The original internal mullions were re-used and pinned to the newly carved external Bathstone mullions at our works before being transported back to site. This has helped stabilise them meaning they will be preserved for many years to come. Small amounts of tracery were renewed where they were deemed structurally unstable, the remaining tracery was conserved using the latest modern techniques. The conserved tracery is now further protected with the installation of 100% new outer arch and hoodmould. Once all stonework repairs were completed the newly restored leaded light glazing was then reinstalled. Some minor conservation stone repairs were also carried out to the interior of the South East Window, where the glazing was also removed and restored and stone repointed.

Project:- Restoration of Tracery Windows Client:- Vicar & P.C.C St Edmunds and St James Church, Blunham Architect:- David Llewellyn Priory Heritage Ltd Stone used:- Bathstone Basebed, Barrington & Tottenhoe Clunch

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Once the project commenced it soon become apparent that more work than anticipated was going to be necessary. The original mullions had undergone numerous past repairs resulting in a very unstable structure. It was decided that these be completely removed so they could be fully stabilised.

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Over the years the East window of the South Aisle Chapel at St Edmunds and St James Church, Blunham had deteriorated and was in need of some sympathetic repair.


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GRANITE INDUSTRY OF INDIA

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Granite technically refers to a light-coloured granulose plutonic rock composed of felspars, plagioclase, quartz (35% approx.) and minor amounts of mafic minerals (45% approx.), such as, biotite, hornblende, pyroxene, iron oxides, etc. But, in commercial parlance, the term granite has become synonymous with all those crystalline rocks which have pleasing colours, strength to bear the processes of quarrying, cutting & polishing and which are used commonly for decorative purposes. Being more resistant to wear and tear as well as weathering, granite is most sought-after stone to be used as building as well as decorative stone. The fascination for granite is due to its amenability for taking mirror-like polish, high compressive strength, longevity and aesthetics. India possesses enormous deposits of all types of dimension stones and is considered as one of the prominent producers of dimension. The Dimension Stone Industry employs a workforce of over one million at its various sectors in the country. This Industry plays a vital role in the economy of Tamil Nadu, Telengana, Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka and Rajasthan. Rural economy of many developing States like Madhya Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh, Odisha and North-Eastern States is dependent on this Industry. Granite Industry is valued at US$40 billion and has a potential to generate semiskilled employment, especially in rural areas.

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India is endowed with abundant resources of wide variety of granite comprising over 200 shades. As per NMI data base based on UNFC system (as on 1.4.2015) reserves/resources of granite dimension stone of all types have been estimated at 46,320 million cubic metres. Of these resources, 264 million cubic metres (less than 1%) fall under Reserves category, while the remaining 46,056 million cubic metres (about 99%) fall under Remaining Resources category. Of the total granite reserves, about 36 million cubic metres fall under Proved category while 228 million cubic metres fall under Probable category.

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Statewise breakup of total resources reveals that Karnataka & Rajasthan share about 20% each of the resources which are followed by Jharkhand (19%), Gujarat (18%), Andhra Pradesh (5%) and Madhya Pradesh & Odisha (4% each). These States together account for 90% of the total resources. Gradewise classification reveals that about 7% of the total resources fall under Black granite while 92% under Coloured granite. About 1% resources are of Unclassified grade.

The granite being building stone comes under 'Minor Mineral' hence the producers report the production data directly to the respective States and not to IBM. Information from State Directorates of Mining & Geology has been tabulated. Major production of granite in raw as well as processed form is generally from Andhra Pradesh, Rajasthan, Telengana, Karnataka, Tamil Nadu and Gujarat. Production of Black/Coloured Granite (in cu m) State

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3,842,846

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465,648

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Granite is a ‘Minor Mineral’ under the MMDR Act, 1957. The grant of various mineral concessions for granite is, therefore, administered under the Minor Mineral Concession Rules of the respective State Governments. However, the Granite Conservation and Development Rules, 1999 aims at uniform rules for conservation, systematic development and scientific exploitation of granite resources. WORLD SCENARIO The top five granite producing countries were China, Brazil, India, Saudi Arabia and Italy. Currently, the USA is the world’s largest consumer of granite and its demand is largely fulfilled by imports from Brazil, China and India. The European Union (EU) is one of the biggest markets for the worldwide Natural Stone Industry. India has also been one of the key players in the global export of natural stones, with substantial share in global exports.


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The James Museum is the new, permanent home of 400-500 premier works of art selected from the more than 3,000 pieces acquired by Tom and Mary over their 50 years of collecting. The 80,000 square foot museum includes over 30,000 square feet of gallery space, a 2,500 sq. ft. indoor sculpture court throughout a 2-story stone ‘arroyo’ whose backdrop is an indoor waterfall, a Native American jewelry collection, a 120 seat theater, a 6,000 sq. ft.


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museum event space, which will support both large events and break-out sessions, a significant catering kitchen, a museum store and cafe, as well as all of the spaces required to support and operate a 21st century museum of this scale. The new $75 million privately funded James Museum of Western and Wildlife Art is located in the heart of St. Petersburg’s waterfront arts district. Rather than building the museum from the ground-floor up as a freestanding

structure, the team worked with the city to redesign an existing eight-story parking garage. The first two levels of the building are dedicated to the museum, the remaining levels will still function as the parking garage. The prominent feature in the museums spacions, 33000 sq. ft. entry hall is a two storey waterfall – 18ft high by 18ft wide, with a sloped granite face. The museum walls suggest the sandstone mesas of the south-west and are faced with teak sandstone panels from Jaipur, India.

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The world's largest natural stone exhibition 25. MARBLE Izmir Celebrating its quarter century of history this year Izmir Marble Fair has shown the richness of natural stones in Turkey. Sector professionals from all over the world have had the opportunity to see the natural stones in hundreds of colors and textures at the same time. In the fair where all types of stone were exhibited, the first reserves of 2019 were also introduced to the buyers. Natural stone industry, which is one of the most important investments of Turkey in the world market, added more value to its value with 25th MARBLE Izmir Fair. MARBLE Izmir Fair, the most significant organization representing Turkey's natural resources in international market, which owns, the most important marble, travertine and granite resources, brought together the transformation of natural stone with all components of the sector while turning its 25th age. The adventure of millions of years of stone has spread all over the world from Marble Izmir Fair. Incentive call of natural stone spread all over the world. With the participation of purchaser committees from all around the world and professional visitors, as well as state-level natural stone unions from America, Asia and Europe, the fair has turned the transformation movement for the natural stone into an intercontinental call. While country representatives underlined that they needed the support of Turkish natural stone industry, they emphasized that Turkey was the biggest supplier in the world. The fair, where the most beautiful samples of Turkey with 650 different colors and textures are exhibited, announced the incentive call of countries to use natural stone to all over the world. All forms of natural stone invaded fuarizmir

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711 natural stone firms from Balıkesir, Afyon, Bilecik, Denizli and Muğla, where the production is the highest, participated in the fair showing the abundance of color and variety in marble, travertine and granite of Turkey, which is located on the Alpine belt containing the richest marble deposits of the world. In the fair where the total number of participants was 1078, the natural stone, which is the majority of the fair, continued to lead in terms of area covered. In the fair, which took place on an area of 150 thousand square meters, the natural stones occupying almost 70 percent of the 55 thousand square meter exhibition area were exhibited in nearly 40 thousand areas. The Turkish natural stone, which has covered processed, semi-processed and block areas, was revealed this year with its usage areas and millions of years of stories. The fair bringing together all the components of the natural stone including the stones

from nearly all mines of Turkey, scientific congress and events, union participations at the state level, local and international participants and visitors, draw an important guideline for the future of sector. The importance of the creative stories and the usage areas of natural stone was emphasized in the fair. Witnessed millions of years, exhibited in fuarizmir A first has happened in the fair. "Onyx" stone brought by World Natural Stone Institute (NSI, America), one of the pioneers of the natural stone sector in the Western world, together with the Aegean Mineral Exporters Association (EMİB), under scope of the "Use Natural Stone" campaign, attracted great attention. This special stone bearing bubbles resembling boiling water due to its existence on the fault line and being close to hot water sources was brought to the fair with its form which was mined from a hill in the Köprübaşı district of Manisa. Hosting many civilizations such as Hittites, Lydians, Persians, Saruhanogullari, Ottoman Empire and many others in the lands it’s found, this stone kind is formed in millions of years and gains the green-like color it has by adding into its compound different minerals. This stone type with its current form that is unique just like the other stones on Earth, can only be mined from this region. “We wanted to make visitors feel the texture of the stone” Explaining the Onyx stone and its features, which are the best example of why natural stone should be preferred against porcelain and ceramics produced in series using chemical materials, Reyhan Sezgin, Board Member of Aegean Mineral Exporters Association, underlined the fact that the value of the stone is increased when the story of each stones mined or the story of its environment is told. Reyhan said “The reason why we brought the stone down below is for everyone to see a giant stone in the fair. No one knows how this stone is removed, the bubbles on it, what they mean. We wanted to make the visitors feel the texture and explain why. This stone is mined from the edge of a lake. It has a beautiful view and I think it's reflected in the stone as well.”


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MARMOMAC 2019 AT VERONAFIERE: THE NATURAL STONE BUSINESS IS INCREASINGLY DIGITAL AND INTERNATIONAL

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B2b meetings targeted by segment and type of use of natural stone materials, an educational project for interior designers, expanding digital developments and the international promotion network. These are some of the new features in the line-up for Marmomac 2019, scheduled at Veronafiere 25-28 September.

Marmomac enjoys a high international profile, as confirmed by figures for the 2018 edition: 62% of the 1,616 exhibiting companies and 68,000 operators were international, from 150 countries world-wide. This result is also the outcome of collaboration with ICE-Italian Trade Agency, Confindustria Marmomacchine and the Veneto Region as regards international buyers.

The 54th edition of the world's most important exhibition dedicated to marble, granite, processing technologies, applied design and training was presented yesterday in Milan by the President and the CEO of Veronafiere, respectively Maurizio Danese and Giovanni Mantovani, Stefano Ghirardi, president of PNA (the Authentic Natural Stone Network) and Raffaello Galiotto, designer and curator of Hall 1 together with Vincenzo Pavan. Journalist Giorgio Tartaro acted as moderator.

“Marmomac is now the landmark meeting platform for international natural stone system professionals, where Italy plays a leading role," said Maurizio Danese, President of Veronafiere. Veronafiere's goal is to consolidate the leadership of this brand thanks to the guidelines in the new business plan through to 2022 which envisages investments of 105 million euros that also focus on the growth of our most successful formats."

This natural stone chain in 2018 saw trade of than 18 billion interchanges globally; Italian industry ranks in the forefront as regards added value of production, worth more than 4 billion euros last year (73% thanks to exports*).

Business opportunities involving natural stone remain at the heart of the event and its product categories:marble, natural stone, granite, agglomerates and conglomerates, marble blocks, unhewn stone and large formats, processing machinery and equipment, means of transport and lifting, abrasives, diamond-cutting systems, chemical products and services.

The Surface + Design Event China 2019 December 11-13, 2019 | Shanghai New International Expo Centre (SNIEC) The Surface + Design Event China (SURFACES China) is organized by Informa Markets and China Chamber of Commerce of Metals Minerals & Chemicals Importers & Exporters (CCCMC), and in partnership with The International Surface Event (TISE), the largest North American floor covering, stone, and tile industry event.

Innovations,Interior Design & Systems, Trends in Design & New Products, Best Case Studies in Applications & Installations, and Interior Environment & Eco-friendly Products. You will also be able to hear from architects and interior designers regarding the latest trends, design, case studies and innovations.

The Surface + Design Event China 2019,taking place at Shanghai New International Expo Centre (SNIEC) on December 11-13, aims to create an annual networking and business platform for stone, tile, floor and wall covering industry. The comprehensive three-day exhibition and conference will showcase innovative products, technologies and services, and to bring together distributors, wholesalers, retailers, designers, architects, builders, owners, developers and other industry professionals to keep up with the trend, source the latest products and services, share expertise, most importantly to develop new business opportunities.

Geographically positioned in China, SURFACES China 2019 will help the exhibitors to access to this expanding market and open new business opportunities in growth regions across Asia.

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to Bursa when it comes to fairs, to MADSIAD for their support, and to our participating companies." The fair where the most qualified and selective marble blocks with different colors and designs mined in almost all regions in Turkey are displayed strengthens sector exports and competitiveness with the business volume it creates. The fair is organized with valuable support of Bursa Metropolitan Municipality with the collaboration of TÜYAP Bursa Fairs Organization Inc., Bursa Chamber of Trade and Industry (BTSO) and Mining-Marble Manufacturers, Industrialists and Businessmen's Association (MADSIAD).

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Bursa International Marble Block Fair, which has quintupled since the first year the fair was organized, where qualified and select marbles of participant firms with beautiful colors and designs are exhibited, and draws attention in our country as the single specialty fair is getting ready to open its doors for the 5th time between the dates of October 23 - 26, 2019. The fair, where 550 marble blocks were exhibited in its first year in Bursa, has become a giant meeting of the sector exhibiting 2,500 marble blocks weighing 60 thousand tons in the 5th year. The Fair, preserving its hallmark as the heaviest fair of the sector, continues its reputation for being the brand fair by growing each year. Natural Stone Sector's Target of Exceeding 20 Thousand Visitors at the Trademark Fair Visitors and participant firms gave the fair, which we organized in October last year, full marks for bringing together the leader firms of natural stone sector and 22 thousand 765 professionals from 42 countries, primarily including China and India, and 41 cities of Turkey for 4 days. Stating that the fair has reached a significant position in a period of 5 years with the contributions of BTSO and MADSIAD, Tüyap Bursa Fairs Organization Inc. General Manager Ilhan Ersözlü also noted that "Along with 9 halls where 650 marble blocks with different colors and designs mined in different locations in Turkey will be exhibited, the sector will meet this year at Bursa International Marble Block Fair organized in an area of 60 thousand m2 with an open exhibition area where construction and mining machinery are displayed. We aim that the fair having hosted 22 thousand 765 sector professionals last year will attract more than 20 thousand business people in 2019. The business volume to be created with the contributions of the professional visitors aimed to be hosted from more than 40 cities in Turkey and the purchasing committees to be established with more than 45 countries, including primarily China and India, where the sector is in the lead thanks to the works of Tüyap overseas offices of Bursa Marble Block Fair being a bridge between the continents and through the efforts of Bursa Chamber of Commerce and Industry (BTSO) will boost the sector exports and competitiveness." Stating that the participating companies composed of Turkey's leading marble block manufacturers were satisfied with the fair, Ersözlü said, "Industry representatives have already pre-booked for the fair which will bring the entire industry together for the 5th time between October 23 and 26, 2019 immediately after the last fair. I would like to thank BTSO for the value they add


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Carrara Marmotec, Carrara, Italy

Global Stone Congress, Antalya, Turkey

BC India, Noida, India

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Stone Industry Fair, Poznan, Poland

Made Expo, Milan, Italy

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China North Fair, Qingdao China

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GSTF, Udaipur, India

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Cersaie, Bologna, Italy

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Vibrant Ceramics, Ahmedabad, India

India Stone Mart, Jaipur, India

Xiamen Stone Fair, Xiamen, China

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Stonex Canada, Toronto, Canada

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Marmomacc, Verona, Italy

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53. Marmomac Verona, Italy September 25–28, 2019

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Luxora Interior 202, Sukham Govindam Appartment, Vivekanand Colony, Near TPS School, Ambabari-39, Jaipur, Rajasthan, India. Phone :+91- 96673-22322 Email : info@luxoraindia.com Web : luxoraindia.com

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ARKITECHNO N3/91, IRC Village, Nayapalli, Bhubaneswar-751015. Telephone: 0674-2554205 Fax: 0674-2553689 E-mail:business@arkitechno.com Web. : http://arkitechno.com Temple Architects India Pvt. Ltd. Subhash & Associates 703/A, LandsEnd Bldg., Lokhandwala Complex Andheri (W). Mumbai 400 053. INDIA Mob. +91-9821112557 Tel : +91 -22-26361247 Email : templearch@gmail.com Web. : http://www.templearch.com Aum Architect Pvt.Ltd. 203-204, Sai Commercial Complex, BKS Devshi Marg, Deonar, Govandi East, Mumbai 400 088. India O : +91 22-49761288 M : +91 9167226290 Email : info@aumarch.com Web. : www.aumarch.com

Vāstu Shilpā Consultants 'SANGATH', Thaltej Road, Opp. T V Tower, Ahmedabad 380054, Gujarat, India. Email : vsc@sangath.org Cont. :+91-(0)79-2745 0548 web. : www.sangath.org Ar. Viraj Chatterjee ONE Landscape Design Limited Rm 2301, 23/F, Connaught Commercial Building, 185 Wan Chai Road, Wan Chai, Hong Kong. Tel: 2155-3865 Fax: 2155-9588 E-mail: info@one-landscape.com Web. : one-landscape.com Ar. Saurabh Pradeep Malpani Artha Studio S3/10, Mira Society No. 1, Salisbury Park, Pune, Maharashtra, India-411037 Tel : +91- 020 2426 6440 Email : Info@ArthaStudio.com Web. : ebuild.in

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The foundation of Agarsen was laid back in 1990 in Jaipur, the heritage and cultural capital of India. After having established its foothold in Indian market, the company decided to take its operations a step further to mark its presence in the international market. With a dedicated and experienced team of professionals having worked in over 30 countries with a single motto to provide quality services to its customers, Agarsen soon became one of the most trusted names in the field of Indian Natural Stones Manufacturers and Exporters. With this growing recognition in the international market, Agarsen had this opportunity to partner with best architectural and civil construction organizations around the world and be a part of the most magnificent structures world has witnessed. With its state of the art manufacturing facilities in Jaipur and Ongole, it has been company’s constant endeavor to exceed customers’ expectations about quality and commitment. With an annual export capacity of 720,000 SQM and with more expansion in pipeline we expect it to increase it considerably in coming days.

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