In Erik Olovsson’s new vase collection, the stone protects and stabilizes the glass

The Swedish designer uses remnants from the processing and makes color compositions

Exhibition at the North Carolina Museum of Art: „Bacchus Conservation Project: The Story of a Sculpture”

The statue is composed of more fragments from ancient quarries than previously thought and now undergoes re-restoration

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

First agreements were signed for „Marble Warsaw” in the Polish capital on June 4-6 2020

For the first time, İZFAŞ organizer of „Marble Izmir” will have a fair abroad / The event will host stone, ceramics, design products, consumables, logistics, and machinery

„Percorsi d’Arte“ shows how new technologies open doors for sculptors (5)

Four artists and industrial designer Raffaello Galiotto developed works previously impossible to accomplish

In Alsace, the „Chemin des Carrières” leads to 4 former porphyry gravel quarries

The architects of the Norwegian firm Reiulf Ramstad Architekter put the landscape and its people in the foreground

Analyzing dust from the moon atom by atom saves the valuable material and helps to understand space weathering

Scientists apply the atom probe tomography (APT) known from material sciences to space geology

E-Commerce Congress at IMM Cologne: Achieving greater customer satisfaction and a better shopping experience with online trading

From the lectures one could deduce where the strengths of traditional trade and handicraft lie