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Squak Mountain Stone

A Fibrous-cement material comprised of recycled paper, recycled glass, and low-carbon cement. Material is hand-cast into “slabs” as an alternative to natural or quarried stone.

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Suzanne Denning said...

Looks cool! Does it hold up for kitchens? I assume the top is smooth???
Thanks for the picture.

High Desert Design Council said...

Hi Suzanne,

I've never used it. Jorden carries this at Brilliant. You could see samples and ask questions there...