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Sturgeon stones weighing tons create habitats for animals and plants in the riverbed of the Wupper in Germany

Elephant Tuffi, beaver Bonny and salmon Lucky made by sculptors are intended to slow down the flow of the watercourse and be points of attraction for people

Best of 2020: product design with natural stone

The editors of Stone-Ideas.com have compiled the 5 reports that got the most clicks during last year. We show them in the order in which they appeared

Budri and Patricia Urquiola apply natural stone to Valextra luxury handbags

Stone varieties with strong colors were worked down to a wafer-thin thickness and used for the handles and clasps

The Swedish Stone Association (Sveriges Stenindustriförbund) holds a competition in product design with students from Malmö University

The aim is to discover new markets and to “show that really everything can be made of stone,” says the chairman of the organization

Emmanuel Babled: Exceptional shapes for furniture in which natural stone plays an important role

The Portuguese designer combines striking design ideas with the art of the craftsmen / Available only as Limited Edition

Peter’s Corner: Recycling of leftover pieces combined with geometry offers opportunities for new tile products made of natural stone

Competitors never tire of highlighting the high proportion of recycling in their materials

Color is an important element in the design with natural stone for the Indian company Niksang Arts

The company, based in Salem in the state of Tamil Nadu, celebrates its 25th anniversary and is looking for partners for export

“Piscina Monolitica”: a bath fountain in steep terrain in Niederuzwil in Switzerland

The company Alfredo Polti made the massive object from a piece of rock of Calanca gneiss

Online lecture by Raffaello Galiotto about modern usage of natural stone

For the virtual Marmomac Restart, the mastermind among Italy’s stone designers summarized his ideas from the last decades

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