Projects and special products

Cast stone as design element

Cast stone is a deliberately used design element which is very difficult to replace in architecture as well as in garden and landscape construction. In projects, where purposeful use is made of its remarkably versatile options of design, it is recognized as a valuable building material. High-performance binders, such as Flowstone for example, aggregates of high quality and not least further-developed production methods help to secure and expand the position of cast stone in the market.

Projects that were specifically planned and executed in a technical proper way in regard to the aspects...

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