Ōamaru stone - Natural sawn stone

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For more than 100 years, architects and craftsmen used Ōamaru natural limestone to build splendid banks, churches and houses. These days Ōamaru Stone is still being used by architects on many prominent buildings all around New Zealand.

This stunning building is the Eichardt's II in Queenstown. Designed by Michael Wyatt.

It's often not just the intrigue of the stone itself, but what you do with it that makes the drama.

 

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Wyatt Gray Architects

Ōamaru stone - Natural sawn stone

For more than 100 years, architects and craftsmen used Ōamaru natural limestone to build splendid banks, churches and houses. These days Ōamaru Stone is still being used by architects on many prominent buildings all around New Zealand.

This stunning building is the Eichardt's II in Queenstown. Designed by Michael Wyatt.

It's often not just the intrigue of the stone itself, but what you do with it that makes the drama.

 

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Wyatt Gray Architects

Ōamaru stone - Natural sawn stone

For more than 100 years, architects and craftsmen used Ōamaru natural limestone to build splendid banks, churches and houses. These days Ōamaru Stone is still being used by architects on many prominent buildings all around New Zealand.

This stunning building is the Eichardt's II in Queenstown. Designed by Michael Wyatt.

It's often not just the intrigue of the stone itself, but what you do with it that makes the drama.

 

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Request price / brochure
Contact the supplier

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