ABOUT THE COMPANY – WHO WE ARE
Cassino Stone is a leader in the supply and production of refined marble due to its dedicated research into quality and style, the use of the best raw materials and its accurate production chain offering beautiful results in an important industry like that of luxurious architecture.
The company is continuously evolving and today is recognised for its ability to make the dreams and projects of its customers/clients a reality, proposing refined and innovative solutions and putting either opulence or a minimalist style orientated towards Design, first.
Cassino Stone’s philosophy is to give fundamental importance to passion, creativity and innovation, without losing sight of the care and craftsmanship involved in the manufacturing process. A Made in Italy guarantee addresses the company’s mission to satisfy any wish, supplying from the best existing quarries on the planet: Calacatta, Michelangelo and Statuario are just a few of the best sites from which the company obtains its beautiful marble. Due to the vast choice of raw materials and their sublime quality, every project will not only be feasible, but will also be an authentic and true work of art, amazing for its beauty and attention to detail.
Cassino Stone can be ranked amongst world leaders in the exclusive design and production of marble, and is constantly growing. This is already proven by the variety of projects the company has completed including:
The Sheraton Park Lane in London, The Hilton London Metropole Hotel,the Art Club Hotel, London and extensive luxurious renovation work at Cheval Place, London.
The range and prestige of its clients alone demonstrate the context in which Cassino Stone operates: a luxury market where for its clients, nothing is impossible.
The constant research into new aesthetical quality, without neglecting traditional methods which have already been beaten and of which no trace is left today, has allowed Cassino Stone to gain expertise in the art of producing marble and refined decorative work already carried on in various historical buildings in the British capital.