Swapping his scalpel for a chisel, Beverly Hills plastic surgeon Dr. Randal Haworth MD was hands on in the design and construction of his new office lobby, which included a mammoth reception counter made from Carrara marble
Energy Corridor, Energy Center III is a 546,000-square-foot, 20-story, Class A office building with a lobby visible from Interstate 10 in Houston, TX. Architect Scott Cutlip of Kirksey Architects in Houston, wanted the 30-foot-tall lobby to have a stone wall, and a dramatic presence at night.
The Pinnacle Awards, presented annually by MIA+BSI: The Natural Stone Institute during The International Surface Event (TISE) in Las Vegas, NV, recognize excellence in commercial, residential and renovation/restoration of natural stone projects worldwide.
Located in Barcelona, Spain, Chef Albert Adriá desired a design that couldn’t be found anywhere else for his new restaurant so he turned to Neolith by TheSize for a creative solution
July 1, 2017
Renowned Catalan chef Albert Adriá's vision took shape when 2017 Pritzker Prize winners RCR Arquitectes in colaburation with P.Llimona drew their design idea in watercolors and decided to bring it to life with the help of Neolith by TheSize.
Computer-driven waterjet technology resulted in the seamless joining of over 1,000 natural stone pieces to form Utah's state seal
March 1, 2017
An extensive group of engineers, consultants and other specialists were assembled to address the complex renovation/restoration needs of the historic Utah State Capitol. The project included very specific base isolation and seismic upgrade to the overall building, including the dome and rotunda.
Michael L. Emerson wanted to create a memorial that would honor and remember all of the heroes of 9/11, along with firefighters and police, and the veterans from the Hayward, CA, area that have been killed in the line of duty.
Standing 74 stories tall, the new office tower for the Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (ADNOC) is the second tallest building in Abu Dhabi and adds to the city's skyline with its sleek exterior design featuring Bethel White granite quarried by Rock of Ages in Barre, VT
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.
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.