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Natural Limestone in 1350 Building | Piedra Paloma
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Natural Limestone in 1350 Building | Piedra Paloma

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  • Use

    Interior walls
  • Applications

    Commercial
  • Characteristics

    High strength, natural finish, sustainable, low embodied energy, durable, whitest white limestone
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The 1350 Building, a skyscraper situated in New York City, aims for a sense of elegance and luxury. Piedra Paloma's white natural limestone was used to finish the building's extensive hallway. The interior walls of the hallway are tiled with the stone, creating a pure, clean finish.

Interior walls finished with natural white limestone

Natural Limestone

Piedra Paloma provides several natural limestone collections extracted from their own quarries. Promising a homogenous texture, the pure white, Piedra Paloma collection is 99% calcite, a natural stone that offers high strength. The stone is known as the whitest white limestone globally available.

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