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Five colors of natural stone lead to Leuven’s central station

In the Belgian city of Leuven office complexes with eye-catching façades line the railway tracks

Stone hyperrectangles change their shape and adopt new surface structure

In Mexico’s port of Veracruz, a memorial commemorates the centennial of Jewish emigration / IMM Carrara Marble Architecture Awards

Abstract floral patterns in limestone in Cambridge University’s Sainsbury Laboratory

Artist Susanna Heron derived her inspiration for her mural from the herbarium’s collection

Marble Sculptures by famous Spanish architect Santiago Calatrava

The Marlborough Gallery in N.Y.C. shows his pieces bridging the boundaries between fine arts and engineering

Potsdam University’s new library: interplay of natural and mock-granite

Golm’s new building complex wants to be seen as a monolith and yet make the complexity of its interior visible on the outside

Façade in Iceland: Studlaberg Granite for Akureyri’s new cultural center

The building’s epidermis and its interior décor unmistakably reflect Iceland’s wild and rugged landscape

„Geometrie“ collection by Monitillo Marmi: on a slant but in symmetry

Trapezoids are the main theme of accents set by Italian company for its bathroom designer collection

Architecture in natural stone: The unbearable lightness of stone owing (!) to its mass

Bari Politecnico’s Giuseppe Fallacara developed a concept adapted to building with stone

Pousada Ribadumia: Façade in stone siding with 4 m elements

Create a hotel project „with a high recognition factor for touristic products“

Limestone originating from the Isle of Brač for two Vienna penthouses

Croatian stone masonry manufacture Dražen Jakšić realized the project