Tetris-like?

3 views from different distances of a project in progress at Kadi, Kalol.

Closer
Farther
Farther still

Lovely hues of natural white stone. Arranged on walls this way, to me it almost feels Tetris-like.

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Beyond 4 Sides of a Rectangle

How is this for your floor? If not indoors, then what about outdoors? Can you appreciate the surface finish of these multi-sided irregular stones?

I’ve observed that plenty of rooms are floored with the same kind of gigantic rectangular slabs of stone or marble, irrespective of the size of surface area to be floored.

Big slabs are faster and may be easier to lay, and therefore quite easily, also quite ugly to look at. The other day I was at someone’s place in Shahibag, Ahmedabad, and they’ve put huge glossy slabs on the walls! Alright!

One measure for those who are getting their interior/exterior design done:

Size of the surface area of the floor / Size of a rectangular slab (or stone piece)

The the greater the result, the better you would feel when the floor is done.

For example, if the room is 15ft * 12ft, and the slab size is 6ft * 2.5ft, it will take just 12 slabs to floor the entire area. Now think if the stone size is 1.5ft * 1.5ft, it will take 80 stone-pieces to floor the area.

Which is a better option? 16 or 80? For your eyes? For your feet? For creative floor surfacing? For the long term?

How does it look?

Pic below shows natural tone mosaic panels upon preparation, ready for dispatch.

This is how the wall looks upon cladding…

Like what you see? Want to do something creative?

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Stone Panels for Beautiful Walls

Have a look at this ensemble of panels!

It’s a very wide landscape shot taken with a small-sensor camera, but I hope you get the idea.

Do you have an ongoing project? Do you think these natural stone panels can add some beauty to your project?

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Cobblestones (work in progress)

They are stones, they don’t come packed. But when they are laid, there’s no comparison. Have a look below, clicked at a recent project for a bungalow.

You are not going to get vitrified tiles for such beauty. You may think it’s just a matter of outdoors vs indoors, but it isn’t quite. It’s a matter of patience and sensibilities. It’s a matter of what your sole (you may even say, soul) wants to feel.

Crazy Horse & Zalzala

You may be pardoned to think of these as names of movies. In fact, Bollywood surely made a multi-starrer blockbuster Zalzala decades back. Crazy names for granite but I am sure you are gonna like what you see for Crazy Horse.

Doesn’t that look like a pattern of an Appaloosa?

I remember Zalzala featured Dharmendra and Karan Kapoor and a couple of other famous actors!

We may help with some lovely crazy patterns in granite in Ahmedabad. Elsewhere too, if you like.

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Fluid landscaping

Of course, for a mighty majority it’s a mighty luxury to have such space in this part of the world. There’s no space means there’s no land means there’s no landscaping.

And yet there are the lucky ones who do have such a space. What do they do? They slab it. They slab it with rectangles. Nowadays, with huge rectangles. And somehow the machiners are improving their ability to slice the rocks into huge rectangles.

I haven’t had the chance to be in very many huge bungalows and huge spaces, but I’ve seen some. And the use of natural stone slabs is not one bit pleasing I must say.

In the above picture, interestingly, they are slabs but not rectangles. Endearing work! Would love to spend a lot of time doing nothing much on those two chairs. Find a wealthy uncle, a lucky cousin.

For such landscaping in Ahmedabad, you know we can help…

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