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Norwegian slate chimneys: smoke signals for aesthetics and style

Detail in design even of a roof reveals a great deal about the home dwellers

Design Day at the World Stone Congress in Xiamen (1): „Stone in Architecture and Interior Design“

On March 07, 2016 at 10 a.m. will start the morning session about constructing with marble, granite et cetera

Flintman David Smith: „Flint was hitherto one of the most important building materials in England“

With a degree in fine arts, the artist propagates the rediscovery of flint and its traditional implementation

Marble Institute of America (MIA) announces winners of 2015 Pinnacle Awards

Walker Zanger honored in 4 categories / Grassi Pietre from Italy received an Award of Merit for a winery in Italy

Flint House in the midst of England’s foggy landscape: exceptional, mythical, inspiring

Skene Catling de la Peña’s architects rediscovered ancient building materials such as flint and chalk

Amsterdam’s Rokin Plaza: a façade half aluminum, half natural stone

ZZDP Architects design a new building in the city’s heritage center in Grachtenstadt-style

Poland: gravestones maintain their unique market position

Świat Kamienia’s Natural Stone Prize highlights an unusual example / Poznań’s Stone Fair

Düsseldorf’s Kö-Bogen: Natural stone emulates leaves and stems in its façade

Architect Daniel Libeskind wanted to bring the adjoining park into the commercial complex

Europe’s most ambitious stone building site: 9,000 m³ sandstone for the Berlin Palace – Humboldtforum

Reconstruction of the historic sandstone elements in the façades has reached the halfway mark

Originally a public library with magnificent natural stone decor

Architect Erick von Egeraat is responsible for the modernization of the 1920’s Erasmus University College building

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