A Story to Tell
Joshua De Stefano, with a strong personality and talent from the fertile creativity, began to devote himself to the processing of marble in 1968, when his desire to do and his vast experience in the field result in the creation of a solid craft, which has grown exponentially in the course of time.
The Project Stone is a natural continuation of his will and determination, as well as the result of a decade-long involvement in the manufacture and distribution in marble.
The company, a leader in the field of stone products, has been engaged for years with professionalism and determination in their field, with the aim of satisfying the needs of a wide variety of customers, from individual enterprises, in a process of continuous development and expansion of its business. To demonstrate its seriousness, Project Stone took part in the realization of impressive works, including the "Memorial of El Alamein" or "The Graveyard of the Victims of the Vajont," the latter declared a National Monument in 2003 by the then President of the Republic Carlo Azeglio Ciampi.
To make something that lasts, you need to rely on someone that has made its way in time, perfecting their techniques and by updating constantly in order to satisfy the needs of every customer.