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Our Materials

The En Gold collection focuses on organic native materials that are sustainably cultivated within the region of our craft.


The varying colours found in Fossil Stone is organically found in different native regions around the islands. These regions have different elements and minerals creating its own unique fossilised colour in the stone.

Smokey White Stone

Each Fossil Stone tile embodies dips, variations, irregularities and imperfections, this is what we love most.

Native to Cebu, Philippines

Grey Stone

A natural grey stone that embodies a maze of varied grey and charcoal hues with accents of brown and earth tones.

Native to Cebu, Philippines

Moreno Stone

A natural brown stone that embodies dominant layers of organic earth tones. Also known as Woodstone for the relatable grain like character.

Native to Cebu, Philippines

Rosé Stone

Rosé stone embodies soft waves of white, pink, blush and peach tones. Highly textured with warm fossilised etchings, unique our signature Fossil Stone.

Native to Cebu, Philippines

Cream Stone

Cream Stone embodies a maze of varied fossilised characteristics with layers of biscotti, browns, creams and natural whites.

Native to Cebu, Philippines


A vein cut travertine embodies a pattern of beige and nude hues and provides an incredible organic texture.

A type of limestone native to Turkey

Calacatta Nero

A type of Marble stone. A compelling tessellated pattern of dark charcoal hues, contrasted with the white quartz and varying veins of aubergine and soft burgundy.

Also known as Elephant White is a native Chinese marble

Timber & Woven


A light weight hardwood.

Native to Nueva Viscaya, Philippines


A light weight hardwood.

Native to Bohol Philippines


A natural material derived from raffia palm, creating a textured and organic surface.

Native to Bohol Philippines


flowering plants inhabiting underwater.

Native to Palawan, Phillipines

Other Materials


A type of acrylic material.


A type of seashell cultivated from Capiz, Philippines