Blog: From the Bedrock

An Inspired Reverence For Stones Old And New: Renovating Place d’Armes

Posted by Steven Schrenk

 

While cities begin considering lifting the stay-at-home orders, we’re all left wondering when we can get back to enjoying outdoor gatherings again. The possibility of taking short car trips to reconnect with local sights and historic architectural gems that may have been overlooked take on a

Topics: Architecture & Design Trends, Cambrian Black, 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

9 Reasons Why Natural Stone is Sustainable

Posted by Steven Schrenk

There are many sustainable practices that manufacturers of building materials can adopt, but there is only one building material that is inherently good for the earth and good for your health: natural stone.

Topics: Cambrian Black, Georgia marble, Bethel white, Sustainable Design, Indiana Limestone, French limestone

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, Stone Facades

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

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