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Bourget Flagstone Co. had the opportunity to supply this gorgeous Hi Desert thin ledger wall stone to Santa Monica’s Colorado Center.
The beauty of this icon of Santa Monica is unparalleled and still represents one of the most outstanding commercial buildings in the city. The stand-out effect of the pairing of Hi Desert wall rock and Bluestone flagstone paving is coveted all over the world.
The Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel Pool used Sweetwater Flagstone from Bourget Flagstone Co. in 2006 to recreate Hollywood glamor.
One of the hottest spots to see and be seen in Hollywood, the historic Roosevelt Hotel pool was completely renovated using Bourget Flagstone Co. Sweetwater Flagstone paving.
Mia Lehrer and Associates and Dodd Mitchel Design used Bourget Flagstone Co. natural stone to create this landmark setting complete with a David Hockney-painted pool.
Nokia Center Grammy Plaques
In 2007, Bourget Flagstone Co’s custom fabrication department was commisioned to create stone Grammy Plaques for the entrance of the Los Angeles Nokia Center at Chick Hearn Dr. and Figueroa St.
These historic stone plaques were designed to commemorate past Grammy winners from the years 1958 to 2007.
Bourget Flagstone Co. created these plaques out of Black Absolute flamed granite slabs and 12″x12″ flamed black granite tiles. Each plaque was custom cut by our craftsmen and engraved with bronze color hand painted lettering.
This beautiful mural at Ocean Lodge Santa Monica Beach Hotel is made entirely of pebble mosaic tile from Bourget Bros.
The mason used Oase (Green and White Mix), Ocalla Berry (Lilac), Taipei Green (Green) in Flat and Standing Pebble with some Bali Black and Maluku Tan Standing Pebble mixed in to create this gorgeous wave-like mural.
Pacoima Boulder sign – An example of Bourget Flagstone’s fabulous fabrication department, the city of Pacoima in California commissioned this street sign to be carved out of one of Bourget Flagstone’s granite boulders.
Our fabrication department cut the front smooth, and carved the city name.
In late 2009, Bourget Bros. was approached by the committee working on the design of the new, state-of-the-art permanent location for the Santa Monica History Museum to donate natural stone for their project. Bourget Bros. enthusiastically donated travertine lobby flooring, travertine tile for the museum’s restrooms, fabricated stone countertops, and the museum’s granite Wall of Legacy.
In October 2010, Bourget Bros. was honored by the Santa Monica museum as being an integral part of Santa Monica’s history as well as its preservation.