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Raw slate slabs give the direction at this year’s Hyde Park Serpentine Pavilion in London

Critics are quick to claim that the installation by Japanese architect Junya Ishigami falls short of the standards set in the last years

New construction with massif supporting natural stone façade built at 62 rue Oberkampf in Paris

Using Pierre de Brétignac limestone, young architects at Barrault Pressacco helped the city achieve climate objectives

Lluc Mir, master drywall mason, based on the Balearic Isle of Mallorca, was awarded the Richard H. Driehaus-Prize for heritage building

US-American entrepreneur set up the foundation to support and revive classic architecture and traditional construction methods

Bright red Älvdalsk-Quartzite for Mora’s pedestrian mall in Sweden

Landscape architects from Sweco set out to give the city center a feeling of home for the citizens

Chelsea Flower Show: Commemorating D-Day and a myriad of interesting landscaping ideas with natural stone

Stone played an important role at this most prominent event among the 12 Garden Festivals in Great Britain

The new James-Simon-Galerie in Berlin is a treasure for the Museum Island and shines throughout the City

Architect David Chipperfield used marble-concrete to contrast old and new and yet to link them at the same time

LafargeHolcim Awards for sustainable construction solutions combined with architectural excellence

Application open until February 25, 2020, for total prize money of US-$ 2 million

Peter’s Corner: why is there no innovation in the natural stone awards?

Only one worldwide distinction exists for innovation in building and design with natural stone

Brasigran’s Moulin Rouge Granite – a symbol for Brazil’s Red Earth in São Paulo’s Les Cinq Gym

According to the Chinese philosophy of the Five Elements, body and soul can be transformed and aligned by sport and fitness

First prize of the Swedish Natural Stone Award 2018 went to the entry showing renovation of the National Museum

Local limestone is the building’s distinguishing factor inside and out

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