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Unique Applications – University of British Columbia

The University of British Columbia Earth Science Building created a unique exterior on the Ross Beaty Lecture Hall using 21 unique natural stones manufactured into StoneLite® panels and installed in a book matching application. The panels are not only decorative but are used as an outdoor learning laboratory for student studies. Read More

Stone Panels International UK Construction Spotlight: Parliament House at 81 Black Prince Rd.

Parliament House at 81 Black Prince Rd. is situated in the exclusive Albert Embankment with stunning views of the Thames, Houses of Parliament, London Eye, Tate Britain and Westminster. Set in the heart of Lambeth, Parliament House is an architecturally stunning design created by the combination of contemporary design and luxury living. The project is […] Read More


Stone does not have to be defined by hard lines, angles, and linear shapes.  It can be molded into soft flowing curves.  Wait…curved?  Yes, stone can be curved – not chiseled, sanded, or segmented but actually curved from a flat panel. Can Stone Panels manufacture our StoneLite® panels to a fixed curved?  “Yes, we can!” is the surprisingly simple answer […] Read More

The Importance of Testing in the Stone Cladding Industry

Certification through independent testing along with intense internal testing is one of Stone Panel International’s most significant points of differentiation. Why is testing so important?  Architects, engineers and general contractors need to be confident the exterior wall cladding system will perform under all conditions and in all climates. Stone Panels has invested well over $2 […] Read More

Stone Panels Renovation Construction Spotlight: Canadian Imperial Bank

Stone Panels helped transform a vacant warehouse in Toronto into a modern, vibrant Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce regional banking center. Using their innovative, patented paneling system new life was brought to the exterior of an old dilapidated building. The pre-existing façade of the Canadian Imperial Bank branch was comprised of split-faced masonry.  It’s rough, […] Read More