Atelier Antique Stone Flooring Ranges

Introducing Atelier ranges

  • Grand Antique Cabochons
  • Antique Cotswold Random Limestone
  • ‘Divine’ Golden Ratio Antique Cotswold Limestone
  • Georgian Limestone

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Based on our original philosophy to use low energy, earth friendly attitudes towards manufacturing techniques in combination with 100% recycled aggregates and low cementitious materials. The Atelier ranges are uniquely made from Engineered Stone, which are hand-made using recycled materials for a truly artisan created method. Fused with a High Tech UHPC surface layer for superior durability for internal & external use, making it frost proof unlike the original stone it has been mastered on. Enabling use from kitchen to garden…

The Salvation range is created from Random, Rare, and Reclaimed Antique floors – salvaged from historic property and location, taking materials and craftsmanship from the past to make new and unique floors time and time again. Preserving these most prestigious, fragile materials for the future and able to use externally, where the original would be unsuitable. A range of ancillaries available – Steps, Gulleys, Skirtings and Fire Surrounds and Table Tops for a full design package that can be used both inside and out. Perfect for use in high quality building projects or for the restoration or refurbishment of Period properties.

All Atelier Engineered Stone conforms to BS EN 1339 & BS7932.2003 for Architectural Specification with over 10,000 PSI surface compressive strength giving increased wear resistance – full details on request. Together with frost proof resistance and impermeable hydrophobic surface with DUPONT impregnated stain resistant treatment as standard making this engineered stone superior and more durable than real stone.

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