Original old limestone floors
Our original old, historic limestone slabs have been in use as flooring for over 300 years. Each stone is a silent witness to history and part of European building culture. These old stone floors were laid in old churches, farmhouses, cellars and castles over 300 years ago. When buildings are rebuilt or demolished, the floor stones are carefully removed. Generations who have lived in these old houses have walked over them, creating a patina that is unique. This original historic limestone floor conveys a sense of well-being in every room.
From the living room, wellness area to the wine cellar, it is an exclusive building material. The worn surface of the stone slabs is original and offers a lively play of colours. The slabs were originally hewn by hand and every single slab has a different size and is laid individually for each project, like a puzzle. The thickness of the original slabs is around 7cm. We saw off the walked surface from the underside to 3cm thickness. This allows the slabs to be laid on screed with natural stone adhesive and also on underfloor heating. In the course of time, this noble floor becomes more and more beautiful. It can withstand the most severe wear and tear.