Architecture with natural stone

Professor Giuseppe Fallacara designs and builds an acoustic shell made of hexagonal natural stone elements

„Stereotomy” is the name given to the age-old direction of architecture, which uses the weight of the stone for construction

China’s „white alcohol” Baijiu starts with an Experience Store in Shanghai to conquer the world

The designers of the Ippolito Fleitz Group underline the high quality as the core of the brand with marble, among other materials

15 Clerkenwell Close, London: a solid stone façade that plays a bearing role and symbolizes history

Amin Taha has created an extraordinary architecture that sparked controversy and criticism for some time

Natural Stone Institute (NSI) Announces Winners of 2019 Pinnacle Awards

Twenty-two projects honored with prizes for Excellence / Grande Pinnacle Award bestowed to Pei Cobb Freed & Partners for 7 Bryant Park

Best of 2019: Architecture with natural stone

The editors of have compiled the 5 articles and reports with the most clicks in 2019

Natural stone reused: Steps of a staircase on Lake Lugano

In the famous village of Gandria, architect Enrico Sassi has renewed a small detail with great effect

Marketplace in Novo Mesto, Slovenia: a natural stone pavement modelled along the baroque

The square in the Slovenian city was redesigned by Atelier Arhitekti as a place for citizens

Rural tradition and modernity come together in a former farmhouse, set among the hills of Treviso

Architect Giovanni Zanella renovated, extended and transformed the building with a stone façade

Spanish Macael Prizes (Premios Macael) awarded for the 33rd time

The accolade distinguishes buildings where natural stone and artificial stone from Andalusia was implemented around the world

The ground floor of the great Mayan Temples and Palaces were originally enshrouded in drapery

Professor Jan Pieper of the RWTH Aachen has developed a new theory on equidistant portholes in the Temples’ walls