A bluestone facade

Belgian Blue Stone facades: define architectural elegance

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Bluestone for your facade: a choice for life

Blue Limestone is particularly durable and gives every building a distinctive and prestigious character. Blue stone has always been valued for its elegance, solidity and robustness. Public building designers have adopted it for its prestige and resistance, and private individuals are following suit, also seduced by its durable and aesthetic aspects. Blue stone seems to stand the test of time. While its noble appearance is apparent at first glance, this natural and stylish shield protects your home from external aggression. If you decide to opt for a bluestone façade, even future generations will be able to enjoy it to the full.

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Protect and embellish your facade

Bluestone is impermeable and is highly resistant to the elements. A heavy shower, a freezing winter or a heatwave will not damage your bluestone facade, while rising damp is a thing of the past. Did you also know that your Belgian bluestone facade will only improve with age? 

This especially strong material is also timeless thanks to its neutral appearance. Bluestone is therefore not only highly durable, it will also provide untold added value for your home.


Various types of cladding

A bluestone facade allows you to choose the style of your home. You could choose a sleek facade in bluestone or a home with a more artistic appearance. An important factor is the installation technique: traditional, glued, anchored or glued to honeycomb panelling.

You can also play with sizes and textures to your heart's content and let your creativity run free. Large square or oblong tiles will lend your facade a clean look, while ClivEno wall panels or BrickEno quarried stones provide a rough and natural effect. An old cut or special EnoDesign finish will also undoubtedly make an impression.

Bluestone also works well in combination with other cladding types. In fact, it pairs with any kind of material, whether plaster, brick, wood, glass, aluminium, etc. When you combine different types of cladding, you create an original, dynamic whole. Bluestone is of particular interest for architectural projects. The possibilities are endless!


Easy insulation

Would you like to insulate your facade as well as embellish it? No problem, because bluestone is especially easy to combine with numerous different types of insulation.


Strength and character for exteriors or interiors walls are the two words that come to mind when thinking of the Sclyped tiles. The perfect opposite of chiselled tiling, Sclyped bluestone tiles present this natural stone in its rawest form, embellished with thin parallel lines that give them a clean, regular look. The fine, rough lines thus created bring out the sparkle of the material. Combine this surface - with its wide strips of broken raw rock - with well-chosen lighting fixtures: the stone sparkles under the effect of indirect lighting.

Although their anti-slip property makes them ideal products for outdoor flooring, their rough appearance has in the past also attracted creative minds working on unique wall applications.

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