Month: October 2016

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Commercial Flooring Report: Vol. 97, № 1 (Woven Carpet and Installation … Again)


 Volume: 97 |  Issue: 1 |  Download

This article originally appeared in our September 2011 CFR is- sue but we've had an onslaught of work in this area and issues and I wanted to give you an update. Woven Axminster and Wil- ton carpet is the Rolls Royce of the carpet industry. It is the old- est form of machine made broadloom carpet. Products from this process grace the most elegant and luxurious homes and facilities in the world. There are only a handful of woven Axmin- ster and Wilton carpet manufacturers in the world and a smaller number yet who produce significant volume of commercial car- pet. The primary commercial markets for these carpets are hospitality (high end hotels), casinos, high end restaurants and any property that qualifies as the best of the best in its particular category. Almost all woven Axminster and Wilton carpet manu- facturing takes place outside the US with the majority of woven carpet now coming from state of the art mills in China but owned by the same manufacturers who've been in the business for dec- ades. Only a few woven manufacturers exist in the US and they primarily produce corporate type carpet. The highest end woven Axminster or Wilton carpet is most often constructed of an 80/20 blend of wool and nylon (80% wool / 20% nylon) – the nylon is used to bolster the performance of the wool – but it can also be made with 100% nylon – either solution dyed or yarn dyed.

Countertops and Architectural Surfaces: Vol. 9, № 4 (Quarter 4, 2016)


 Volume: 9 |  Issue: 4 |  Download

Cover Photo
This kitchen/countertop at a private residence in the South of England was designed by Don Sharpe at Country Image and fabricated by Interfab from DuPont™ Corian® Deep Black Quartz solid surface. The countertop had to be made in a way that accommodated the double chrome strip assembly and LED lighting. Read more on Page 38.

Contemporary Stone & Tile Design: Vol. 23, № 4 (Fall 2016)


 Volume: 23 |  Issue: 4 |  Download

ON THE COVER:
Dekton by Cosentino contributed to the chic design of the trendy restaurant, 51fifteen Cuisine and Cocktails located in Houston, TX, inside a Saks Fifth Avenue. According to designer Nina Magon, Saks Fifth Avenue is an iconic store and they wanted to exemplify its iconic style in the design of the new restaurant. They wanted to make a design statement in Houston, as well as represent timeless design with a modern twist. Photo courtesy of Julie Soefer. Story begins on page 14.

PROBuilder: Vol. 81, № 10 (October 2016)


 Volume: 81 |  Issue: 10 |  Download

[ON THE COVER]
Classica Builders won National Housing Quality top honors this year. Front row, left to right: Terri Saint (VP Design); Bill Saint (President & CEO); Terri Fowler (VP Finance). Back row, left to right: Brian Hall (VP Construction); Rick Jasinski (VP Land Acquisition & Development); Chuck Graham (Newton Graham Consulting)
PHOTO: SERENA APOSTAL, STUDIOIDESIGN

Stone World Magazine: Vol. 33, № 10 (October 2016)


 Volume: 33 |  Issue: 10 |  Download

On the Cover:

For the renovation of a private residence in Greenwich, CT, local fieldstone was chosen for the living room fireplace — creating a rustic yet elegant design. The floor-to-ceiling stonework creates a striking accent in the living space. Design by Saniee Architects, Greenwich, CT. Story begins on page 68.

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