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It’s strong, plentiful and fireproof, as well as beautiful, yet stone has long been supplanted in the building industry by energy-consuming steel, concrete and brick. A trio of advocates for this age-old material say it’s time for a rethink.

The above, is the starting extract to a fantastic article recently posted in Last Sunday’s Guardian by the excellent Rowan Moore whose title “Back to the stone age: the sustainable building material we’ve all been waiting for” eludes to the fact the industry is waking up to what we have known for years, stone’s natural sustainability, makes it an obvious choice for future, green carbon conscious projects.

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