Month: April 2013

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Contemporary Stone & Tile Design: Vol. 19, № 2 (Spring 2013)


 Volume: 19 |  Issue: 2 |  Download

On The Cover
For a master bath renovation in a home in Austin, TX, 5- x 24-inch wood-look porcelain floor tiles from the Atlantic Collection by EGE Seramik was paired with Gold Green quartzite wall tiles to create an Asian-inspired design. Design by CG&S Design/Build, Austin, TX. Photo © Paul Finkel. To read more about this bathroom remodel as well as other innovative uses of stone and tile in kitchen and bath design, turn to page 20.

Countertops and Architectural Surfaces: Vol. 6, № 2 (Quarter 2, 2013)


 Volume: 6 |  Issue: 2 |  Download

Cover Photo
Fabricator R.D. Wing Co., working with several other fabricators, took on a huge solid surface project at the Randall Children’s Hospital at Legacy Emanuel in Portland, Ore. Managed by Zimmer Gunsul Frasca (ZGF) Architects, the project included the thermoformed bench seating shown here, along with a multitude of other complex fabrications. Read the full story on Page 20.

Commercial Flooring Report: Vol. 58, № 1 (Planar Instability in Floor Covering)


 Volume: 58 |  Issue: 1 |  Download

What causes planar instability? Planar instability, that which prevents a modular flooring material, hard or soft surface from lying flat, is caused by internal forces generated by materials or layers in the flooring material, that exert forces or stress across or within the material, which create lifting or curling edges. This can occur on all four sides or two sides and is often in the "machine" direction or length, of the material. If, for example, a product is quarter turned the lifted edges will alternate — North South to East West and vice versa with every other tile. Planar stability is influenced by the forces within the flooring material and by changes in heat or humidity. There are tests to detect or prove the condition exists such as the cycled humidity test for carpet tile.

PROBuilder: Vol. 78, № 4 (April 2013)


 Volume: 78 |  Issue: 4 |  Download

[ON THE COVER]
This rustic bathing space, designed by Marcio Decker, AKBD, Home Concepts, Reno, Nev., incorporates squares that repeat and complement each other in the travertine floor, the shower's glass mosaics, and the high fixed windows.
PHOTO: VARIENT3 PRODUCTIONS

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