Already an exciting and reliable product line for the A&D community, Daltile has now made life even easier for architects and designers. With just a few keystrokes on a computer or hand-held electronic device, design professionals can now have Daltile product samples overnighted to them at no charge, via the well-respected Material Bank online platform. Samples ordered by midnight ET are delivered in a single box by 10:30 am the next day anywhere in the U.S. — always free for design professionals.
Lapitec sintered stone is now available on Material Bank, the leading online material marketplace in North America and perhaps the world. The platform is used by numerous certified members, including architects, designers and purchasing managers for the estate, retail, hospitality and healthcare industries, giving them free access to classified materials and the companies who make them.
Challenging the most perceptive eye and the most skeptical mind. It is hard to tell whether the colors, knots and vein patterns are the work of Mother Nature or technology: a state-of-the-art technology, with the capacity for endless renewal, constantly perfecting its ability to reproduce the inspiration material.
When working on two stone and glass exhibits for an upcoming art show, architect Cristina Parren᷉o turned to the expertise of Precision Stone in Long Island, NY and their state-of-the-art Roboticom Scultorob with Diamut tooling
May 13, 2019
Over his 25-year career in glass and stone processing for architectural applications, Kerry Clark had never been asked to find a tooling solution for creating artifacts for an art exhibition. Then one day, Clark, who is brand sales manager for Diamut America’s glass division, received a call from Miles Driscoll, design engineering manager at Precision Stone in Long Island, NY.
For a private residence in Austin, TX, native stone was selected to create a smooth transition from the exterior to interior, while also providing a natural setting for the residence’s impressive views.
The New York office of Lukoil Pan-Americas features an
interior design, including a number of sustainable building materials as
well as Ambarino marble floor tiles that ensure durability and longevity.
For this issue of Stone World magazine we take a look at the Fabricator Forecast where fabricators let us know what they believe is the state of the industry. We also go one-on-one with Summer Kath of Cambria and take a look at the latest technology.
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.