Stuc Pierre

Stuc Pierre (plaster stone) is a mix of French limestone and gypsum that, when rendered, produces the look and feel of limestone.  Finished with special soaps, which becomes the maintenance program, Stuc Pierre is simple to maintain and repair.  Applications range from a simple wall finish to cast elements to a full ashlar cut, paneled walls and trim.  The fact that Stuc Pierre both casts and renders beautifully makes it a great choice for integral colored work.

Stuc pierre is a great choice for the public areas of grand homes where one may want to pull together entry, gallery halls, and vestibules into a continuous and substantial look.  It also makes a wonderful wall finish that can range from quiet and elegant to playful and artistic. Today many buildings in Paris are adorned with stuc pierre, including The Louvre, George V Hotel, The Maurice, and many other public, private and government buildings.