Vibrant Quartzites for a
Lifetime of Luxury
Choose from 200+ natural stone varieties with 100+ finishes to adorn your space for generations to come.
Reimagine your Living Spaces
What sets us apart?
Available in 10mm ultra-thin slabs
Unbelievably lightweight & glows 50% more when backlit
Since quartzites are naturally extremely hard & non-reactive, their beauty is everlasting
A smooth surface that prevents growth of bacteria, allergens & mildew
Heat-proof & Weather-resistant
Ideal for use in exterior facades and countertops
Water-proof and non-porous
Don’t worry about spills and splashes
Impact-resistant, Scratch & Stain-proof
Shines even in busy spaces with high traffic
Quartzite is 100% natural stone. Ninety Degree Stone processes the quartzite slab to increase its lifespan and offers slabs with the most stunning natural patterns to adorn your home for generations to come.
No, not all quartzites can be backlit. Although they are 100% natural stone slabs, they may or may not contain crystals which are translucent to light. At Ninety Degree Stone, we have both vibrant and backlit quartzite varieties for you to choose from.
Quartzite is harder than granite and a well-processed slab of quartzite requires little to no maintenance.
Backlit quartzites make for striking highlight walls, cocktail countertops, enviable vanities, stunning stairs, fascinating flooring, and even astonishing facades.
About Ninety Degree Stone
Ever since its inception in 1989. Ninety Degree Stone is a niche division, specializing in natural stones sourced from quarries around the world. Equipped with state-of-the-art machinery, proficient craftsmanship, in-house procurement and highly evolved design sense, we are ready to transform spaces into an immersive experience.
Our vision is to provide stones that are not only an aesthetic delight but also have the strength to withstand the tests of architecture. We’re catering to multiple national and international clients with our vast and exclusive collection ranging from imported marble to several forms of granite, quartzite, phyllite, etc.