FFKR Architects in Salt Lake City, UT, has worked with the Church of Latter Day Saints for at least 25 years. FFKR Architects has built these temples in major cities all over the world, roughly 150 of them and every year the Church of Latter Day Saints announces four or five new temples.
Known for its picturesque mountains and rivers, Chattanooga, TN, is a place for outdoor living. It is also a city that’s heart is based on strong community values. With this in mind, city officials sought to create a home-like environment for residents, as well as visitors, when revitalizing a local park.
Originally built as Fort Saint Anthony in the 1820s, Fort Snelling is spread across 300 acres in St. Paul, MN, and is strategically situated at the confluence of the Minnesota and Mississippi rivers. Today, the Minnesota Historical Society runs the fort, which is located atop a bluff along the Mississippi River.
Located in Salt Lake City, UT, the City Creek Center is a mixed-use development that features a replica of the area’s historic City Creek running through it, complete with 300 live trout, more than 600 trees and hundreds of native plants.
Located in the generally flat terrain of Dallas, TX, sits a house on a unique parcel of land. The homeowners wanted to transform the property and the house to be able to host friends, workout in and primarily live on the first floor.
Located in Mid-City New Orleans, LA, a family wanted to convert the outdoor area in the back of their home into a secluded oasis. To complement the backyard pool and hot tub, the homeowners also had put in a new entertainment area, a TV room and outdoor kitchen.
Landscape architect Derek Kalp collaborated closely with a design team to develop the healing garden at Mount Nittany Medical Center, located in State College, PA, with the objective to offer peace and solace for patients and guests during their stay.
Located halfway between San Antonio and the Coast of the Gulf of Mexico, “The Ranch” was designed to create a family and guest retreat for the owners. It offers a getaway from the city to enjoy the Texas countryside for ranching, hunting and fishing.
Steve Martin from Martin’s Pool and Spa, and part of the Tributary Revelation Group, was selected by Jeremy Collis, RLA of Outer Elements by NWGP, Inc. to install the tile for a pool restoration, as well as lending his swimming pool design and construction expertise.
In this issue of Stone World Magazine, read about the upcoming TISE show, we provide solutions for protecting and maintaining natural stone, see the results of Stone World’s annual Purchasing Plan Survey, and much more!