Blog: From the Bedrock

Once Abandoned, Grand Old Buildings Are Now At the Forefront of Modern Architecture

Posted by Steven Schrenk

Photo by Gensler

Turn-of-the-century post offices in major urban centres are among America’s most architecturally significant buildings. But, as the postal industry waned with the advent of electronic communication, the remarkable buildings these institutions often inhabited were often vacated

Topics: Architecture & Design Trends, Historic restoration, Natural Materials, Exterior applications, Sustainable Design, Indiana Limestone

Natural Stone Cladding: Anchored In The Past, But Ready For The Future

Posted by Steven Schrenk

The longevity of stone puts any human concept of old age to shame. Stone creates a sense of permanence and solidity, even when worn and weathered. It’s been used throughout history as the structure and facade of buildings- buildings that have literally stood the test of time.

Topics: Natural Materials, Sustainable Design, Stone Facades, Natural stone cladding

Calm and Consistent Soapstone Crowns This Soho Loft

Posted by Steven Schrenk

 

 

Growing up in sunny Southern California, Tommy Zung spent plenty of time in his formative years on a surfboard.

Topics: Soapstone, Islands, Alberene Soapstone, Natural Materials

Dark Kitchen, Light Kitchen? Make it Two Tone With Marble and Soapstone Countertops

Posted by Steven Schrenk

White cabinets and black countertops. Dark cabinets and light countertops. They’re classic combos, but today we’re seeing designers moving more to two tone kitchens. And who can blame them when you get to have two of everything you love?

Topics: Soapstone, Waxed soapstone, Kitchen, Inspiration Gallery, Alberene Soapstone, Natural Materials, Countertops

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