The highly acknowledged New Acropolis Museum designed by Bernard Tschumi's architectural team applied our owned quarry Black Edessa (Evenos) marble in the circulation pathways of the visitors as well as in the interior part of the flooring of the main museum restaurant.
The antique brushed finish selected for this application offered antiquity required by the most dramatic museum that hosts the architecture of democracy.
Some of the most cultural white marble heads or miniature statues are placed in an Edessa Black Marble Podium display letting the contrast to enhance the significant historical findings.
The plainness sensation of the pure black Greek marble stimulated the architectural team for its wide application within the Museum floorings and restrooms.
This awarded iconic scheme by Mossessian & Partners, was their first construction upon founding their practice. The main lobby consists of Pietra Serena stone flooring and Black of Edessa (Evenos)...VIEW THIS PROJECT
The currently owned building by Piraeus Bank, was originally built for the Bank of Thrace-Macedonia. The façade of this building was covered by our owned quarry Eurotravertine as selected by the ackn...VIEW THIS PROJECT
Eurotravertine classico was chosen by the architects as the covering materials for the exterior facade of the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine of the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki. The thousands...VIEW THIS PROJECT