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INTERIOR DESIGN STUDENTS VIST TO HINDUSTAN MARBLES AND GRANITES

 

JD Institute of Fashion Technology organized a visit for their students of the 2019 batch of Diploma in Interior Design, on 17th June 2019, to Hindustan Marbles and Granites at Sankey Tank Road, Bangalore. The students were accompanied by Ar. ShilpaMallya.

 

INTERIOR DESIGN STUDENTS VIST TO HINDUSTAN MARBLES AND GRANITES interior design students vist to hindustan marbles and granites INTERIOR DESIGN STUDENTS VIST TO HINDUSTAN MARBLES AND GRANITES HMG Picture

INTERIOR DESIGN STUDENTS VIST TO HINDUSTAN MARBLES AND GRANITES

Established in 1986, HMG is a global brand that utilizes three decades of industry experience to provide unparalleled quality in processing, design, delivery and after-sale service of the finest natural stone. The company started off as a Marble and Granite trading company in 1986, known as Hindustan Marble and Granite eventually led to the establishment of HMG Group by Mr. Anand Reddy. With his industrial expertise, he transformed the company and now operates its processing factory, a showroom and an experience center focused on nature and all its miracles through the display of exquisite stones.HMG not only focuses on crafting excellent products but also works towards creating impeccable buying experience for its clients. It has an exclusive range of finished marble and granite.

The visit enabled the students to understand the process involved in creating the finished building material out of raw materials. The students were able to gain clarity,about the different concepts involved in a practical process that are put into action. They were able to understand the correlation of the thickness of the slab to the strength and durability of the stone. The blocks of stone are measured and cut into slabs by a large, state-of-the-art gang saw. The slabs are then laid down and polished to give it an ethereal look and finish. Having a peak into the process of making the slabs is imperative to budding interior students as this helps them understand the technique and nuances involved in stone making, various machineries and labour involved. Industrial visits also help give an insight into the market trends and provide first-hand information from the experts.

 

 

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