Welcome to our website

We work with 15 different types of stone and have a large range of products on offer. This means that we can meet your ever-increasing variety of requirements with a choice of :
- shades and colors that convey the desired atmosphere,
- grain, whether small or large, that helps blend the stone into all of the rooms of the house,
- hardness, for safe use indoors in areas that undergo intensive usage as well as for areas outdoors where the stone needs to stand up to the wear and tear of time.
Working with stone, as with other materials, requires experience along with the skills and techniques of the trade.
Stone is formed by a natural process that should be respected and maintained while it is being worked and used; this is essential to its
preservation over the years to come and is often, unfortunately, a point that is neglected.
Here, in our website, you will discover a selection of our work that is far from being exhaustive.
Why not contact us about your own projects so that we can discuss them with you?



The Luberon is a mountain ridge running from east to west between the Durance river in the south and the Calavon river in the north and with Cavaillon sitting at the westerly end.

Situated halfway between the Alps and the Mediterranean, spring and summer visitors often appreciate its cooler northern slopes where rocky cliffs meet wild valleys whereas fall and winter visitors might prefer the southern slopes for their constant sunshine.

The range is sixty kilometers long and is cut in two by the Lourmarin valley. To the west of this point it is called the “petit Luberon” and encompasses the picturesque villages of Robion, Maubec, Ménerbes, Oppède, Lacoste and Bonnieux; to the west, the “grand Luberon” reaches its peak at 1125 meters at Mourre Nègre.

Rich with history, the Luberon connects the Provence of two different writers, Giono who was born in Manosque, and Mistral who was born in Maillane and co-founded the Felibrige. Both men, each in their own way but both with the same affection for the region, paid tribute to the landscapes marked by mildness, warmth, serenity and the traditions that are so firmly anchored in the local lifestyle.

The stones that we work with come from the mountain and are a reflection of it; they are warm, are untouched by time, and are stamped with the same peaceful mysteriousness that the Luberon appears to bathe in.