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LSI Stone is an international benchmark for stonework quality and design. It is a case study in the Portuguese stone sector, as the first company to implement overall management best practices, to invest in state-of-the-art technology and to capitalize their human resources skills and experience.
The 30 Gresham Street project was a renovation of a building located in this central part of London, UK. The level of the natural stone quality of this project was very high, to the point that later the building was awarded with the Natural Stone Award 2004 from the British Magazine Natural Stone.
20 Martin Place Project is located in the heart of Sydney’s CBD, with offices and shops, providing new insights, new opportunities and new ways of working. The project has been awarded the Green Star Office from the Australian Green Building Council, which represents “Global Leadership” in environmentally sustainable building practices.
7-8 ST James’ Square is a new building designed by Eric Parry Architects for the Green Property. The contemporary architectural style of the building won the Nacional Natural Stone Award in 2016.
Kingsgate is a residencial building that makes Victoria Street pass from a transportation hub to a food, shopping and designer destination. LSI Stone is proud to be part of this great project, contributing with products of three types of Portuguese limestone. The project was awarded with the Design Award by The AIA in 2016.
The National Memorial Arboretum (NMA), is a memorial centre of the United Kingdom. The Arboretum is situated in Staffordshire and it is a spiritual place where people who have been in service and have done sacrifices across the country are honoured. The project received the RIBA National Award in 2017.
Clarges Mayfair has been designed by Squire & Partners Architects respecting the rhythm and scale of traditional buildings whilst creating its own identity through contemporary details and craftsmanship. The project was recently awarded with the National Stone Award.
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