Latest stone news
Lightweight natural stone for top end clients
With a new manufacturing site in Eersel, an office in Amsterdam, and a new owner, Hans Bullens – CCO of Stone Natural Class – can retire with peace of mind.
We are moving to Eersel
We are growing fast, in the number of clients we serve, projects we deliver, and team members. Because of that, we have outgrown our current location.
Sea Eagle II, worlds largest aluminium sailing yacht
We’re proud to share that we have been actively involved in crafting the interior of the worlds largest aluminium sailing yacht: the Sea Eagle II.
Not sure why you should visit the METSTRADE Show 2019? 5 reasons why you should not miss this event.
Canalside mansion makeover
We oftentimes are involved in unique projects. One of these, a full make-over of a canal-side mansion, was featured in the Dutch glossy magazine Residence.
Enhance your knowledge on luxury stone – Metstrade 2018
METSTRADE Show 2018 will be held in Amsterdam RAI from November 13th till 15th, 2018.
Stone Natural Class and 4SeasonsSpa join forces
We are pleased to announce that the shares of Stone Natural Class were recently acquired by the investors behind 4SeasonsSpa.
Our workshop will be upgraded
Several steps towards upgrading our workshop have already taken place. During the summer holidays, we’ll continue this full make-over.
A superyacht bathroom from start to finish
How we create luxury in 4 steps: From selecting stone, creating visuals, stone-crafting, to installing stone products.
Magnify a clients lifestyle
Interview with interior designer Sigrid van Roosmalen. A year after she graduated in 2015, she got the chance to create a design for a loft in Eindhoven.
Hans Bullens helps a stone company in Vietnam
The Dutch volunteer organisation PUM sends senior experts to developing countries to support entrepreneurs. Hans Bullens is one of those experts.
Artificial material is not ‘rich’ or real enough
“People like the rich look of the natural materials and do not think that any other alternative belongs on a superyacht,” says Perry van Hirtum