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Blue Lennon Granite for the Hard Rock Hotel

stoneCIRCLE fabricated and installed the stone for the Hard Rock Café in the transformation of the Cumberland Hotel into the Hard Rock Hotel, London. The hotel has a Rock Royalty Lounge, GMT Bar, a cocktail bar and a Rock Shop. There is also a new 370-seat Hard Rock Cafe with a performance space. All bar tops were Blue Lennon granite. Reception desks were Silestone Calacatta Gold quartz. stoneCIRCLE supplied and installed the large porcelain floor tiles, as well as the Noir St Laurent marble vanity tops and the tiling to the walls in the public restrooms.

Harrods Beauty Halls - Marble Haven

stoneCIRCLE supplied marble and terrazzo for the refitting of Harrod's Beauty Halls. The work was carried out in 2 phases: the first involved the main Beauty Hall, where golden and pink toned marbles were used throughout for floors, walls, counters and staircase. The floor had waterjet cut brass detailing added. The second was the White Hall where white marble and terrazzo were used to create counters, floors and wall cladding. The result more than fulfilled the designers' intention to create a "haven for pleasure and relaxation" reminiscent of a "Great House" from the 1920s.

Harrods Fine Watch Room

stoneCIRCLE's work for the Harrods Fine Watch Room was highly commended at the Natural Stone Awards 2018. Rundell Associates were tasked with refurbishing the Fine Watch Sales area in Harrods, Knightsbridge and choose to work with stoneCIRCLE for the stone fabrication involved. The project was to manufacture and install curved quarter book matched marble panels to the walls and solid marble treads to create a new staircase positioned in an elliptical opening in the floor which links the two areas of the Fine Watch Room. stoneCIRCLE also fabricated walnut travertine back panels to the display cases on the wall.

Iraq, Afghanistan & Gulf War Memorial - Portland Stone

The memorial to the dead in the Iraq, Afghanistan and Gulf conflicts was produced in Jordans Basebed Portland Stone and is composed of 10 blocks, the largest of which weighed 7000kg each. In fact they were so heavy that stoneCIRCLE's lifting equipment could not cope with them and we had to buy in a 15 tonne crane to help with the job. The crane now makes life much easier for the team that unloads the delivery lorries. The stone is smooth and lettered on the back and front but rough hewn on the other 2 sides.

Limestone furniture for Catholic Church

St. Michael’s Catholic Church, Birmingham, is used by the Polish community in Birmingham and Daniel Hurd Associates were engaged to refurbish the interior. They commissioned stoneCIRCLE, which has worked with them on other ecclesiastical projects, to manufacture various stone items for the church. The main stone used was Jura Beige Limestone with Jura Blue as an accent stone through out. A limestone arch was also constructed. The altar, font, tabernacle, an altar shelf and lectern all in Jura beige with Jura Blue limestone detailing completed the project.

London Mithraeum Bloomberg Space

stoneCIRCLE was subcontracted by PAYE to inscribe lettering and a representation of the ancient walls of the temple in the panels on the stairs leading down in to the reconstructed Roman temple of Mithras. PAYE supplied the black granite panels for stoneCIRCLE to complete the work. The panels worked on by stoneCIRCLE give the timeline of the various depths below current street level as you descend the stairs to the Roman Temple which now lies 7m below the surface.

Mandrake Hotel

stoneCIRCLE was asked by Beck Interiors to fabricate the stone for the Mandrake Hotel. Marble was used extensively throughout the penthouse, bathrooms, washrooms and bar areas of the boutique hotel with book matching a particular feature of many of the interiors, notably in the penthouse suite where polished Greylac was used to make a striking bedstead with book matched headboard continuing down through the bed platform to the floor and up the far wall. Mystery White was used throughout the spacious bathroom. The Mandrake Suite used book matching to particular effect with a Black Wave marble floor and vanity unit.

Marble bathrooms & washrooms in luxury hotel

stoneCIRCLE was commissioned to fabricate the stone for the most prestigious suite as well as the public washrooms in one of London's top hotels. The fittings included intricate dados and moulding to the vanity fronts and marble door and drawer knobs. They also clad the drawers and doors and made curved corner pilasters. Combinations of different marbles were used in each of the bathrooms and the stones used included Sivec marble, Giallo Siena, Grey St Anne's and Statuary marble. The public washrooms were fitted out in natural stone.

Onyx bar tops for Emirates Airline Airbus A380

stoneCIRCLE was commissioned to supply the onyx bar tops for the first class lounge on board Emirates' fleet of A380 Airbuses. Onyx slabs are bonded to a lightweight honeycomb material and then thinned down to keep the strength of the stone but reduce the weight. stoneCIRCLE also supplies similar counter tops for high end luxury yachts.

Portland Stone Opie Frieze for CitizenM Tower of London

When Julian Opie was commissioned to produce an artwall for the new designer hotel, citizenM Tower of London, he turned to stoneCIRCLE to manufacture the frieze which was made up of 2.4m high walls: one 18m long and the other 8m with 23 figures in total. It was produced in Jordans Basebed Portland Stone and patinated bronze. The Portland Stone was routed and the outline figures were cut from 5mm bronze sheet on the company's waterjet cutting machine and then patinated and glued into place on site.

Stone bathrooms, kitchens, staircases, tiles and swimming pool for residential development

Monks Lantern is a very upmarket property which was completely refurbished by Royalton Limited with stoneCIRCLE manufacturing and supplying the stone. All floors and staircases were fitted with marble or limestone tiles, the bathrooms were fitted with bookmatched marble panelling and vanity tops, the pool area had limestone tiling, coping and slate tiled walls and the kitchen worksurfaces were a mixture of quartzite and Caesarstone quartz.

Susanna Heron Stone Drawing, St John's College Oxford

St John’s College Oxford appointed Susanna Heron to prepare a work of art for a new Library and Study Centre at St John’s College with Wright & Wright Architects. She turned to stoneCIRCLE to help manufacture the piece. The resulting artwork, called Stone Drawing, is a shallow carved stone relief in Clipsham limestone. The work is situated on both external and internal faces of the west side of the Study centre. The external wall is comprised of three overlapping sections. The relief on the interior wall is shallower and a mirror image to the exterior.

Two New Ludgate Portland Stone Feature Wall

The main reception for Two New Ludgate has an 8m high and 30m long curved feature wall in Portland Stone. Putney & Wood, the stone contractor’s in-house designers used CAD to detail every stone before creating a visual representation of each elevation. A 3D model was then created as a final check before production. stoneCIRCLE was one of 3 firms involved in manufacturing the frieze and they used the latest CNC processing machinery alongside 3D modeling to ensure pinpoint accuracy. The stones had to be sanded by hand after manufacture to remove machining marks.

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