Stone work, Restoration & Venetian Plaster Gallery 

Our Photo gallery represents a sample of our Masonry Stone Work, Historic Restoration and Preservation, Venetian Plaster and Fine Plaster Finishes, Ponds and water features implemented in Boston, throughout Massachusetts and the New England area.  

Choose from fom the tabs below to view our stonework implemented with different materials, designs, patterns and styles.

                      Our Services incude: 

• Hardscape and Landscape Design for Interior and Exterior spaces. 

• Masonry contractor services implementing resilient and artistic stone work.

• Stone Carving, hand carved Numbers, Lettering and 24k genuine gold leaf Guilding.

• Historic Masonry Restoration utilizing traditional lime putty and period mortars.  

• Decorative Interior and Exterior Finishes such as Venetian Plaster & Marmorino    Sgraffiato, Cocciopesto and Tadelakt

• Green Building Construction utilizing ecofriendly material with low carbon footprint.

• Koi pond Design, Construction, Custom Filtration Systems and Maintenance services 

• Consultation, Training and Workshops. 

"THIS IS A STONE, and within a certain length of time it will pehaps be soil and from the soil it will become plant, animal or man. Previously, I should have said: This stone is just a stone, it has no value, it belongs to the world of Maya, but perhaps within the cycle of change it can also be man, God and Buddha. I do not respect and love it because it was one thing and will become something else, but because it has already long been everything and always is everything. I love it just because it is a stone, because today and now, it appears to me a stone. I see value in each one of its fine markings and cavities, in the yellow, in the gray, in the hardness and the sound of it when I knock it, in the dryness or dampness of its surface. There are stones that feel like oil or soap, that look like leaves or sand, and each one is different and worship Om in its own way; each one is Brahman. At the same time, it is very much stone, oily or soapy, and that is just what pleases me and seems wonderful and worthy of worship."

Siddhartha, Hermann Hesse


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