Mazista Blog

A. M. Clegg
Here are some interesting views of a private dwelling in the Winelands Estate in Paarl in the Western Cape.The applications displayed are of the following products selected by the home owner herself, and to whom we are indebted for permission to publish these photos. read more
A.M.Clegg
Mazista Tiling Services has just completed the prestigious Parkwood Manor residential complex off JanSmuts Drive in Parkwood. All of the external unit pillar work has been clad with Rich Autumn Strip Walling providing a natural counterpoint to the smooth plaster and attractice iron work around the balconies. read more
Mazista
The various advantages of using stone cladding for the facade of a building read more
Mazista
Mountains, Vineyards, Wine farms, Cellars, Historical buildings: all of this conjures up images of natural stone in all its forms, cool tiles, rustic paving and stunning cladding read more
Laura and Wilhelm Dolgner
Laura and Wilhelm Dolgner give us a peek into their home, designed to remind them of castles and villas in Europe read more
Nico Theunissen
The entertainers dream: Contemporary Bali Style Boutique House read more
Mazista tiles
The quartzite tile, Ivory Oregan, is practical, beautiful and serves a variety of functions read more
Mazista
Slate is a metamorphic rock formed when shale, which consists of clay minerals, is placed under high pressures and temperatures of a few hundred degrees. read more
Adrian Clegg
The so called new way of surfacing the outside (and inside) of a buildings walls is actually as old as rock itself. read more
Mazista
Granite is one of the most popular building materials used both for the interior and exterior of buildings, from countertops to floors and cobblestones. read more
Mazista
Products used: Sage chunks and White building stone read more