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DECLARATION OF INFORMED CONSENT
Data for Marketing

I hereby declare the following regarding my name, surname and e-mail address (‘’the Data’’) that I have provided to the Data Controller, an SA company under the name “Marmor SG Société Anonyme Processing of Marble and Granite”, and under the distinctive title “STONE GROUP INTERNATIONAL” (“the Company”), for the purpose of my briefing about the products, the actions and the news of the Company by electronic means.

Having been informed from the Company’s Privacy Notice:

(a) of my rights, as described in favor of the data subjects in the provisions of national and European legislation, and in particular the General Regulation 679/2016 on the protection of personal data, (and more specifically, the right to information, access, rectification, erasure, restriction of processing, portability and objection).
(b) in particular, that, in order to exercise my rights, the competent contact person appointed by the Company is the Data Protection Officer, whom I can contact at the e-mail address dpo@stonegroup.gr, and to whom I shall address any possible request for exercising one of my rights related to my personal data.
(c) that I reserve my right to withdraw the consent, which I provide with the present, by choosing the relevant consent withdraw command in the Consent Withdrawal.
(d) that the Data are kept by the Company and are transferred only to the absolutely necessary processors supporting the Company's electronic systems and networks.

 
info@stonegroup.gr

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The Kaleidoscope Project

Kaleidoscope Project was displayed in the frame of “Marmomacc & The City” 2015, in Verona and was made of Pirgon white marble. Designed by Archkt Ltd, Our Kaleidoscope view, is that all of those tools and resources we use to minister our marbles, today need to reflect that dynamic, changing nature. So, Verona is a place where we can begin to share the many ways we are shaping and reshaping the resources we use. As the tube is rotated, the tumbling of the objects presents varying patterns in different time. A constant changing of our extraordinary marbles. (Coined in 1817 by Scottish inventor Sir David Brewster, “kaleidoscope” is derived from the Ancient Greek καλός (kalos), “beautiful, beauty”, εἶδος (eidos), “that which is seen: form, shape”and σκοπέω (skopeō), “to look to, to examine”, hence “observation of beautiful forms.” )