COVID-19 will not affect the leading marble and granite supplier in the Philippines

This is to inform you that though Italy is in lock down, goods are not stopped from shipment. The container shipping time is 30 days. Customs releasing is 7 day. So there is no risk of our marble, granite and other natural stone being contaminated from Covid 19. We will also strictly enforce pre shipment fumigation.

In Italy the stone production process is completely mechanized using cranes and heavy equipments. Their factories hardly have human workers due to high cost of labor. Robots have taken over application of resin coating which we saw ourselves. There is no human heavy lifting in Italy, so possibly of contamination is impossible.

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Granite Counter Top Price in the Philippines

Granite kitchen countertops vary dramatically in pricing yet became more affordable nowadays despite the high demand being the most sought after object in kitchen remodels.

Granite Slab Countertops

Solid granite slabs are definitely the holy grail for kitchen countertops. This is what people are looking for, no breaks, just full length slab that they expect for their kitchen. It has the best appearance and has the very least maintenance.

Here in the Philippines, granite countertops range from Php3,000.00 to Php6,000.00 per square meter while installation costs around Php1,000.00 to Php3,000.00 per square meter.

You can check out our granite product section to view availability.

If you have a tight budget, you can always call a natural stone professional to help you with your requirements at a price that suits within your reach.

Call us today to talk to one of our sales representative and get the best granite counter top price in the Philippines.

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Finding the Best Marble Supplier in the Philippines

Marble decorated homes are the best looking homes no doubt on that. People love to build their house with the most beautiful marble there can be. The use of different types of marble, granite slabs, and granite counter tops are now common in modern homes.

Choosing The Best Marble Supplier

Choosing the best marble product for your home or any construction project is not an easy task but with the help of the best marble supplier in the country, it’s not.

How to know the best is by looking at their project portfolio.

  • If they have supplied marbles to the country’s top architectural structures
  • If you can find their marbles used in top hotels within the country
  • If they are the sought after marble suppliers of the celebrities for their homes
  • If there are variations of marble you cant find anywhere else but in their showrooms
  • If you can tell them what kind of marble you need and they can import it directly from where it is quarried if its not with them

There is enough information available online to know more about marbles but having a talk with marble sellers which can give you insights of the features, qualities and attributes is always the best. Finding the best marble supplier is like having an expert of this field with wide experience in serving various needs of a customer.

Kaufman Stone is the leading supplier of marble in the Philippines. We have showrooms in San Juan, Taguig and Pasig city. You can call David Kaufman at 09175183025 for inquiries.


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Amazing Hotel Architectural Designs

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]Some hotels are basic, where you receive basic amenities, and they all seem to have the same, basic look. Then there are hotels that are works of architectural beauty, design, and style which incorporate the use of natural stones and other materials. Although there are too many to list, here are five hotel architectural designs that stand out for one reason or another. If you ever need to stay the night in one of these areas, treat yourself to a night’s stay in one of these beauties.

The Hotel de Païva in ParisThe Hotel de Païva in Paris

The Hotel de la Paiva in Paris was built between 1856 and 1866 by a courtesan, Esther Cachmann, who was better known as La Paiva. She was born of modest beginnings, but due to a succession of rather successful marriages, she not only gained titles, but money as well. The last of which provided her with the funds for building such an extravagant hotel where she served fabulous feasts.

La Paiva, wanting the hotel to be built in Italian Renaissance style, commissioned Pierre Manguin as architect. He, in turn, worked with many sculptors, which work remains to be admired even today. The hotel is famous for its ornate and beautifully carved yellow onyx staircase, probably the only one of its kind. In addition, a Napoleon III style bathtub was also sculpted out of a block of yellow onyx.

Pedras do Mar Resort & SPA in PortugalPedras do Mar Resort & SPA in Portugal

Recently opened in 2016, this brand new hotel stands on the north shore of S. Miguel Islandin the Azores Islands, Portugal. Not only does this hotel boast breathtaking views of both the ocean and volcanic landscape, but it also establishes the value of its relationship with this environment by implementing local materials into its design. Vulcanic basalt stone and cryptomeria wood both greatly respond to the climatic nature of the area, not only making it functional for construction, but also to bring an aesthetic nature to the hotel as well.

The architectural design of Pedras do Mar Resort & Spa allows the integration, as well as the appropriation, of the stunning landscape by giving all room and public spaces a visual connection as well.

Dali Munwood Lakeside Resort Hotel in ChinaDali Munwood Lakeside Resort Hotel in China

The Dali Munwood Lakeside Resort Hotel in China, located beside Erhai Lake inJiapeng Village, was originally reconstructed on a farm house. It is surrounded by the unique natural landscape of wedlands with a boundary of stone walls. The hotel design is a contemporary expression with traditional materials, focusing on forming a solid relationship between modern and traditional architecture.

The resort atmosphere is expanded upon simply with plain materials and stone walls. The designer conveys a simple life concept that translates into simple beauty both inside and outside the hotel. Both internal rooms and outer lake view provide ample space for spiritual renewal and rejuvenation.

Kinsterna Hotel & Spa in GreeceKinsterna Hotel & Spa in Greece

The Kinsterna Hotel & Spa in Greece is a restored mansion which is built around a cistern (an underground reservoir of water,) providing a lush environment of olive and citrus groves. This hotel was originally built during the eighteenth century, but parts of it actually date back to the thirteenth century. The spa weaves the past, nature, and building materials into a voyage through time.

The original atmosphere of the one-time mansion has been laboriously recreated. By using traditional construction methods and authentic local materials, various building phases are accomplished with both stonework and thick plaster facing. An extension is planned for broadening the elaborate abstract patterns found on many of the older buildings, creating expressive effects.

Casa del Horno in PanamaCasa del Horno in Panama

Casa del Horno in Panama is an eight unit boutique hotel which was built upon the remains of a pre-existing house from 1850. Located in the old core of Panama City, the building was once the town’s bakery. Hence, the name ”Casa del Horno”, which actually means ”oven house”. The design process was driven by what could be used and what would have to be replaced, resulting in a mixture of metal structures and old stone walls.

In addition to the stone walls, there is one other remaining original element, the base of the main staircase where the double-arch stone has been left intact. Lots of traditional tropical architectural designs have been integrated with contemporary style, giving the old stone building some modern, new vibes.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]


Cedar Natural Wood Singles

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