Humanity has used all types of rocks to erect all kinds of buildings since the Neolithic Revolution, when the first permanent settlements appear. Building was a vital necessity, and people used the rocks that were within easy reach, close to the settlements. Along the centuries, construction techniques were refined, giving birth to Architecture, the mixture of art and science that creates the human habitat. As early as the 1st century BC, Vitruvius describes architecture as the balance between three principles: Beauty, Firmness and Utility. This new concept of construction requires unique rocks with exceptional aesthetic attributes (Beauty), durable (Firmness), and can that be adapted to any shape that arise from the architect's imagination (Utility). Only a few rocks are capable of satisfactorily meeting these requirements. These rocks are reserved for the most important works, those that will speak of the greatness of a civilization for centuries to come. They are rocks that have their own entity, which is transferred to buildings. One example is Carrara marble, which over the centuries has shaped some of the greatest works in the history of art and architecture.
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Among the equipment of our dream house, among our wishes, there is always a space occupied by a swimming pool. These spaces that invite relaxation and pleasure in the water and the sun, and facilitate times of leisure and entertainment in our home.
Naturpiedra Jbernardos constantly researches and experiments the possibilities of the products it offers in the market, adapting them to the current trends and needs of architecture and construction.
On June 5, Environment Day was celebrated, since it was established at the Stockholm Conference in 1977. Undoubtedly, the most important date on the United Nations environmental agenda, for the awareness of governments, companies and civil society, on the importance of promoting, with all possible means, the actions necessary to achieve an ecological and sustainable economy.
Landscaping evokes natural environments, and whether for a small terrace or a large public garden, it uses the elements that nature gives us to give shape to the projects: vegetation, earth, water, and of course natural stone.