Granite stone masonry expresses its full potential when the stone is used in accordance with its geological nature and the static function for which it is intended. A concatenation of appropriate cornerstones certifies to the mere sight, lightness, grace and full compliance with its function.
Beauty cannot be seen when it is not there.
Monoliths are a characteristic element of Sardinian architecture, but their use is delicate, because their beauty does not rest on perfect measurements and plumb lines, but is the result of a complex estimation of an apparent irregularity that the stonemason verifies instinctively, supported by his aptitude and experience.
The use of stone in the manner already described requires the choice of consistent construction materials and techniques: smooth and rough plaster, window and door frames, wrought iron, reeds, paintwork and flooring with simple shapes, matured in the experience of tradition.