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What a terrific product idea: tombstones for pets are on display at Marmomac as part of the “Etica Litica“ (stone ethics) project

In Hall 10, the new “Plus Theatre“ wants to tie in with the “Italian Stone Theatre“ of recent years and be a playground for natural stone ideas

Once again, the IMIB Natural Stone Design Competition in Turkey was about marketable household products

For the tenth time, the competition took place in the categories of professionals and students

The central square in the Swedish town of Eslöv has been transformed into a “space of possibilities“ for citizens

Different materials, among them natural stone, and different levels mark zones for specific uses

Examples of natural stone in furniture construction could be seen again at the FuoriSalone in Milan

Despite the pandemic, many design ideas were presented outside the Salone del Mobile fair in the city center

In Belgium, the initiative “Objectif Blue Stone“ made PR for the local limestone with a designer competition

The task of the participants was to create street furniture from the material / Jury from the Internet and experts

The Turkish natural stone associations have been doing everything right in their design competitions lately

The right thing done by IMIB in 2020 was not to award a prize in the category of professional designers, but only honorable mentions

Animum Ludendo Coles: bouncy games for streets and squares that make the public space livable for children and parents

The designers make use of the hardness and durability of natural stone for their products

In the new building “110 Rooms”, situated in the old Eixample district of Barcelona, the architects have implemented the pioneering ideas of 19th century planning in a modern way

The team of Estudio Maio Architects designed apartments with variable number of rooms and an entrance hall with large natural stone bodies

Finally, a breakthrough in natural stone design also in the West, and it comes from the Aegean Association EIB, Turkey

The competition for students and professionals did not lead to exaggerated and fancy art objects, but rather to small objects you could imagine in your own daily life