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Swedish textile patterns as mosaic pavement on the Hagatorget in Karlstad

A former roundabout for the cars has been turned into a place for the citizens, which gives them a bit of a feeling of home

Tourism in the style of simplicity: architect Matteo Thun has designed 20 slate cabins in the style of the old vineyard cottages

The winery Longen-Schlöder in the Moselle valley invites visitors to spend the night far away from internet and TV

A pavement of narrow stone straps on the station forecourt in Berlaar, Belgium

The local Bluestone, supplied by Carrières du Hainaut, was used

The interior design in the Kiki Noodle Bar in Shanghai suggests a wide landscape with rocks and forest

The planners of Golucci Interior Architects want to offer guests a place to escape from the hustle and bustle of the big city for the time of a bowl of pasta

“Stone House” on the island of Menorca: façade with a charming contrast of external plaster and limestone

The architects of Nomo Studio wanted to integrate the building into the landscape but at the same time show that it is new

Groundbreaking ideas for architecture with natural stone: exhibition „The New Stone Age” in London re-opened until August 28, 2020

Shown are concepts from all over Europe that show the versatility and modernity of the “‘great forgotten material of our time”

The German Natural Stone Prize (DNP) was awarded for the 19th time

Prizes went to sustainable projects that demonstrate high architectural quality and energy-saving construction methods

Call for the creation of a dry stone landscape work in the territory of the Gorges du Gardon Biosphere Reserve in Southern France

International architects may enter the contest (only in French) / € 55,000 for the realization of the winner’s idea

Designer Raffaello Galiotto and the Margraf company give a marble facade the appearance of a curtain

The 350 individual elements can be produced and mounted on the wall in natural stone more cost-effectively than in other materials

Two Union Square high-rise in Seattle: the stone wall shows the elemental forces of nature

The architects of NBBJ have decorated the lobby with a fantastic work of art / Picco Engineering provided the planning for the cutting and installation of the elements

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