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Harvey Norman Commercial Division

MAMO are pleased to announce that we have recently partnered with Harvey Norman Commercial Division.  This new partners allows us to provide quality stone product for a wide range of commercial and residential projects under Harvey Norman Commercial Division.

We sources stone from the highest quality merchants around the world, including Europe, Asia and the Middle East, and collaborates with renowned local designers to deliver one of Australia’s most captivating range of natural stone products.

Since its inception, We has been working with renowned designers to deliver bold designs and ground-breaking natural stone creations. With their extensive range of stunning natural stone and expert craftsmanship, your custom stonework possibilities are truly endless.

We will help you discover the best type of stone to suit your project, and guide you through every stage of the project from concept to completion. They offer a complete end-to-end service on all custom stone projects, from sourcing and design, to fabrication and installation.

Smaller projects are fabricated locally in Sydney using our own CNC machines, while larger projects are fabricated offshore with multiple CNC machines, alongside their glass and metal working studios.

Whether you’re seeking book-matched flooring or feature wall panels, bespoke bench-tops and bathroom vanities, unique furniture, alfresco features or a refined finish for your commercial space, We can help bring your custom stone vision to life.


When natural stone is not a suitable fit for projects, We offers an exquisite range of Engineered Quartz slabs. Having the look, feel and weight of natural stone, MAMO E.n.+ Quartz is a desirable low-maintenance and highly durable alternative.

The MAMO E.n.+ Quartz range features four stunning collections — Elements, Deluxe, Marble and Marble Luxe — at varying price points. While each collection carries the same exceptional quality, the different price points reflect the raw materials used, the manufacturing process and the complexity of the stone’s pattern.