Freemasons’ Hall in London, England, first opened in 1933 as a memorial to the 3,255 freemasons who died during active service in World War I, and has since been used for events, as well as the meeting place for the Grand Lodge and other annual meetings of the home counties.
Throughout each of the five boroughs, these patches of open land help relieve the surrounding chaos. One of the city’s most historic parks, now known as The Battery, was recently renovated using a variety of local granite which provides a fresh revived look.
When driving down the Pacific Coast Highway (PCH), which hugs the dramatic California coastline from the redwood forests to the sun-drenched beaches of San Diego, one stop worth making is at the Julia Pfeiffer Burns Vista Point in Monterey County near Big Sur.
When Beverly Hills, CA-based interior designer Christopher Grubb of Arch-Interiors Design Group first visited the master bath of a 1959 home in the Hollywood Hills, he noticed it was very compartmentalized with an old-fashioned design.
For this issue, we are excited to share with you four features that focus on using compact and ultrathin slabs in both residential and commercial projects. As these products continue to gain popularity, we wanted to share different ideas of applications, including an upscale dining environment in the interior of a Saks Fifth Avenue.