Blog: From the Bedrock

An Architect Evolves His Home with Ancient Stone and Modern Mounting

Posted by Steven Schrenk

 

 Go ahead and guess the year this home by architect Régis Côté was built. 1940? 1960? Last year?

Topics: Thin Stone, Marble and granite

5 Limestones to Add to Your Materials Library Today

Posted by Steven Schrenk

If your thoughts on limestone are sculptures and boulders in parks, think again.

Topics: Limestone, Wallace Creek, Saint Clair, Indiana Limestone, French limestone

Georgia Marble Keeps Tradition Alive With Modern Meets Sophisticated Southern Style

Posted by Steven Schrenk

When Charleston-based real estate professional, designer, and mother of three Krystine Edwards began planning her kitchen, one factor was top of mind: incorporating her trademark sophisticated Southern style.

Topics: Waterfall islands, White Cherokee Marble, Kitchen Design

A $375.5M Design Uses Indiana Limestone to Tell Alberta's Story

Posted by Steven Schrenk

 

Museums, whether they intend to or not, show what’s worth learning about and honoring. The choices of artwork and historical material featured represent and reflect the energy and culture of the communities they serve. It’s this responsibility that led the Royal Alberta Museum (RAM), which

Topics: Museum, Limestone, Commercial Projects, Sustainable Design, Indiana Limestone

A Modern Limestone Kitchen With Long Linear Veins and a Thin Edge

Posted by Steven Schrenk

 

 

Brooklyn-based architect Christopher Lee works for firms known for innovations with material; He once collaborated on a project called Heavy Rocker, Light Rocker, which consisted of a singular form with multiple quasi-functional uses rendered in two materials; one of perforated metal and the

Topics: Limestone, Saint Clair, Kitchen Design

Together, we build landmarks for humanity

Posted by Steven Schrenk

  

Famous French author, Antoine De Saint-Exupéry, said that “by laying down a stone, one feels that they contribute to building the world.”

Topics: Environment, Corporate Responsabilities & Ethic, Cambrian Black, Sustainable Design, Indiana Limestone, The Living Memorials Project

Repositioned and Revitalized for the Future of Work, NYC Building Gets LEED Cert and a Gracious Marble Entrance

Posted by Steven Schrenk

How do you get to 2 Rector Street? You head to Greenwich Street and look for the well appointed 26 story building shaped like a U.

Topics: Architecture & Design Trends, American marble, Pearl Grey Marble

New York City's iconic skyline is grounded in Polycor stone

Posted by Steven Schrenk

No city’s skyline conjures as much American energy and ingenuity, creativity and bravado as New York City. It inspires the whole world. You may not have noticed on your last visit that the spires of its cathedrals, the plazas of its museums and the cladding on its centers of commerce are in many

Topics: Historic restoration, Pearl Grey Marble, White Cherokee Marble, American natural stone, Solar Grey, Indiana Limestone

Tailored. Classic. There's Nothing Rustic About This Soapstone Kitchen

Posted by Steven Schrenk

 

When interior designer Sarah Gibson remodeled her most recent home, her living room fireplace was high on her list for a redesign. But specing marble from a sample kit wasn’t hands on enough for Gibson. She wanted to go to the source.

Topics: Soapstone, Waxed soapstone, Alberene Soapstone

Heritage and Homecoming at the Bell Works Adaptive Reuse Project

Posted by Steven Schrenk

 

What does home feel like? Roads you know by heart. A familiar landscape, the way the air smells at the beach. A personal connection to a building, where you went to visit your dad at work. A literal piece of the earth from where you were born.

Topics: American marble, Georgia marble, Restaurant kitchen

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