Nick Skenteridis

Once we accept our limits we go beyond them
- Albert Einstein -

I was born in Thessaloniki, Greece and my contact with stone started with my very first steps as our family house was attached to our workshop.

Our family Marble Workshop in Toumpa Thessaloniki was established by my grandfather Nikolaos I.Skenteridis in 1963. A genuine Marble Artisan who was also a sculptor…..

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Nick Skenteridis family history

1949. Nikos Skenteridis(middle) with his sons, Anthony(left) and Jordan(right) Stone sculpting for St.Therapon Church. No CNC, no rotary tools.Only chisels, stone carving hammer and various (non-electrical) hand tools.

A small marble relief monument for the Greek WWII heroes made by my grandfather Nikos Skederidis more than 60 years ago.

1963. The first architectural plans of our family marble workshop in Toumba, Thessaloniki, with a stone saw and slab polisher.

In Canada, at Worldstone inc. I was responsible for all the special projects: Mitred Structures, Bookmatching Claddings, Custom Showers,
High-End Fireplaces, Special Stone Creations and High-End projects from A to Z. Templating-fabrication-installation, Complete project management.

Neusis ii

“Nature uses only the longest threads to weave her patterns so that each small piece of her fabric reveals the organisation of the entire tapestry.” Richard P. Feynman

Nick Skenteridis Geometry theorem and patent

NEUSIS ii was the generalisation result of my geometrical theorem for trisection of a random angle with neusis back in 1996.
Proven to be impossible the trisection of a random angle is doable only with Neusis methods. This instrument gives n-section of any random angle with just one move. Theorem and instrument were examined thoroughly by multi-national companies and proven to be accurate and correct.

Based on a theorem I developed in 1996 the geometrical instrument NEUSIS ii can provide n-section of a random angle with one move.  

NEUSIS ii was examined thoroughly by research departments of major multinational companies and proven to be correct and accurate.


Hellenic Industrial Property Organisation


The notation was introduced by the famous mathematician Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz and first appeared publicly in his work “De Geometria Recondita et analysi indivisibilium atque infinitorum”.
“On a hidden geometry and analysis of indivisible and infinite” published in Acta Eruditorum in June 1686.
The symbol was based on the ſ (long ” S “) character and was chosen because Leibniz thought of the integral as an infinite sum of infinitesimal summands.

We came up with a minimal integral symbol design based on Leibniz’s symbol to describe our process and aiming.
Our philosophy is to keep improving and keep “our slices approaching zero in width”…

Symbol for "Integral" is a stylish "S"For "Sum", the idea of summing slices
“Intelligence is the ability to adapt to change.”
 Stephen Hawking

We believe

Mission Statement
Integrated Stone was born from the inherent love of the craftsman for his artwork.
In a world where craftsmanship tends to extinct our mission is to keep Creativity alive and grow within the same values of the master craftsmen heritage by bringing their distilled knowledge to the everyday consumer 
through unmatched quality artworks.
Problem worth solving

Manufacturing contemporary and transitional integrated full mitred vanities out of natural stone slabs( quartzite, marble, granite, travertine,) with unmatched quality & craftsmanship and solid block appearance for online sales with low price.

Our solution

With our unique personal developed techniques, a combination of modern technology machinery and traditional master-craftsmen fabrication, we are resolving all technical issues and producing the highest quality vanities in large numbers and low price.


“If I have seen further it is by standing on the shoulders of Giants.”
Isaac Newton

Resolving technical issues is leading to innovation.

Cutting edge technology has multiple power when combined with master craftsmen’s knowledge and experience.

A brief introduction to our solution.

Feel free to contact me here.

Address: 54646 Thessaloniki

Phone: (+30) 693 700 1807