Sara Garafalo joined the editorial team at TILE, Contemporary Stone & Tile Design and Stone World in May 2013. Prior to that she spent four years at the New York Post. In her role as Editorial Associate, she focuses on writing features as well as product round-ups and news announcements.
Granite City of Eagle River, AK, was founded 11 years ago by current president, Matt Hickey, and vice president/general manager, Barry Anderson. They remain the owners today, along with treasurer, Melissa Hickey.
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When CG&S Design-Build of Austin, TX, was brought in by local homeowners to upgrade an outdated master bathroom, the goal was not only to refresh the space, but to make it feel like a modern retreat — a sanctuary within their own home.
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.
More than 30 years ago, Nat Polito left a comfortable job to pursue an entre-preneurial opportunity that would soon see him as the sole proprietor of a premium marble, granite, quartz and exotic stone provider in Ottawa, Canada.
When Bill Woody, president of Marshall Waters Woody Architects in Springfield, MO, was commissioned in June of 2011 to design the new All Saints Church, also in Springfield, MO, he had a very precise goal in mind
For this issue of Stone World magazine we talk to Maria Byworth about running a fabrication shop in Australia, we also discuss waterjet technology with Flow International and quarrying operations with several of a leading quarries.
For this issue of Contemporary Stone & Tile Design decorative porcelain and marble tile modernize an outdated living space in New York. We also see how Italian Porcelain tile contributes to a multi-purpose residential building. Finally we feature our Mosaic and decorative tile roundup.