Natural stone took center stage of a 10,000-square-foot residential design in Fox Chapel, PA, a suburb of Pittsburgh. A regional material was the product of choice, and a visit to the quarry sparked ideas that transpired to its extensive use for exterior applications – resulting in a stunning and sustainable design that has caught the attention of many passersby.
A recent renovation to Founders Hall, located on the campus of Naugatuck Valley Community College (NVCC) in Waterbury, CT, was a collaborative effort between school administration, the design team, and additional stone industry professionals.
This global competition, with three categories, highlights creativity and innovation of designs incorporating Neolith surfacing by architects, interior designers, builders, remodelers, students and for the first time, fabricators.
Situated on one of the most high-end streets in Long Island, NY, is a private residence that took a very specific design goal and transformed it into one of the most unique homes the island has ever seen.
For a 10,000-square-foot private residence in Wexford, PA, ledgerock was selected for the exterior facade to complement its surrounding environment. The home, which is surrounded by a manicured landscape full of grass and trees, also features ledgerock on its interior.