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A bathroom reflecting the landlord’s love of high-quality hotel suites

Interior designers Lewis Knox used natural stone and classic-style bathroomware with fixtures and fittings from Drummonds

On the Reiserberg not far from Kaiserslautern in Germany there is a walk-in sundial with 12 obelisks made of the local sandstone

The project brings together numerous local features and offers something with which the citizens can identify as well as economic perspectives

The new extension for the Kunsthaus Zürich is clear and simple on the outside, but surprisingly diverse on the inside

David Chipperfield’s architects used a variety of natural stones on the facades and floors to create diverse references to the surroundings

Call for entries for the International architectural design competition „Ancient Tree Civilization and Residence Future“ supported by RIBA

Applicants from all over the world shall create a new model of an eco-hotel and guest houses embedded in a natural forest in China and its mystical trees

News from the Calçada Portuguesa: a book shows art with the individual stones and a film gives a bird’s eye view of the paved squares in Lisbon

The initiative from the Portuguese capital to make the cobblestones a cultural heritage of humanity has made little or no real progress

The Summit Visitor Center at “America’s Mountain” Pikes Peak is expected to open in early summer

The buildings with a spectacular view at 14,115 feet mimic the pink granite that formed the National Historic Landmark in the Rocky Mountains

Showroom for the furniture company Jolor in Shanghai by Atelier tao+c

With terrazzo from top to bottom, the unreal atmosphere of a spaceship was created, in which every piece of furniture is a highlight

The Natural Stone Institute announces the Pinnacle Award Winners 2020

Submissions must show the “beauty, creativity, ingenuity, and professional mastery in the use of natural stone“ / Entries for the next issue open until July 20, 2021

The new Bohus granite obelisk on Slottsbacken Boulevard in Stockholm is 30 meters high and weighs 280 tons

The project set the highest standards for the industry and received the country’s Natural Stone Award 2020

The white veins of the Pietra Piasentina accompany the vacation guests throughout the house

The limestone matches the color of the wood and the modern kitchen furnishings

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