Each piece of Shell Limestone is unique. The variety of the materials, surfaces and finishes leave a lot of scope for the creativity of all architects and builders.
Sea shell fossils – either whole or in part – are typical for the look and the nature of this stone. The shells not only give the stone its name, but also a dynamic structure. Shell Limestone has a light tonality and can vary from grey to brown or yellow/grey shades. Its bold yet subtle colouring allows combinations with many other materials, like glass, metal or wood.
Shell Limestone is a multifunctional material. It has been used on churches and public buildings, for internal and external designs, on facades or in garden and landscaping projects. Its excellent physical properties and high weather resistance allow it to be considered for use in any application.