Built in 1986, the Segerstrom Center for the Arts is a cultural landmark in Costa Mesa, CA. Most recently, a stunning fountain constructed of black basalt from China was designed to create a focal attraction at the main entrance to the Renee and Henry Segerstrom Concert Hall.
After withstanding several stringent tests for durability, Neolith proved to the design team at ZGF Architects that it was the appropriate material choice for the renovation of a metro station in Portland, OR
July 9, 2018
The Washington Park Tri-Met Station is a bustling hub for visitors traveling across Portland, OR. It is the only completely underground station in the Metropolitan Area Express (MAX) system, and at 260 feet below the surface, it is the deepest transit station in the world.
Built of 32 varieties of stone representing each of Ireland’s 32 counties, the Irish Hunger Memorial in Manhattan receives a massive overhaul to restore its architecture and protect it from further water damage
April 12, 2018
Battery Park City Authority (BPCA), CTA Architects, P.C., construction manager The LiRo Group and contractor Nicholson & Galloway, Inc. have completed the $5.3 million renovation and waterproofing of the Irish Hunger Memorial.
Introduced earlier this year, the United Airlines Polaris seats improved upon the airline’s business class seats on international routes. To be able to give passengers a full experience, United Airlines also created a new luxury passenger lounge, United Polaris.
A recent renovation and restoration of a private residence in Treviso, Italy, reflects both traditional design and modern technology with a new exterior made of Lapitec sintered stone
March 15, 2018
The Italian design studio of Mama Architettura ed Ingegneria has been working on the renovation and extension of an early 1900s private residence located near the north wall of the Treviso historic center.
New York-based architect Charles Rabinovitch of Charles Rabinovitch Architects recently completed a renovation of a townhouse on the Eastside of Manhattan. An extensive selection of natural stone was incorporated into the design to make the home luxurious, but practical.
Hoboken is one of the most thriving cities in New Jersey. Located on the Hudson Waterfront, with trendy restaurants on every corner and nightlife comparable to that of its New York City counterpart, the developing city has a lot to offer its residents.
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.
Throughout each of the five boroughs, these patches of open land help relieve the surrounding chaos. One of the city’s most historic parks, now known as The Battery, was recently renovated using a variety of local granite which provides a fresh revived look.