Month: November 2016

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TILE Magazine: Vol. 13, № 6 (November / December 2016)


 Volume: 13 |  Issue: 6 |  Download

On the cover: Featured on the Gold Book cover is Eden, a new white body tile collection by Ava Ceramica. The double-fired tiles, which are 11 1/2-mm-thick, are available in one standard format — 32.1 x 96.2 cm. The collection is offered in three different colors and four different graphics. The graphics — Neutral Colour, Isper, Plissè and Fleur — are complemented by three different colors — Fandango, Vaniglia and Bianco — which embrace a shiny finish that makes the collection particularly elegant. Eden is accompanied by a porcelain floor tile, which is offered in one standard size and available in all colors, as well as the neutral graphic.

Commercial Flooring Report: Vol. 98, № 1 (The Effect of a Learning Facilities Condition on the Occupants)


 Volume: 98 |  Issue: 1 |  Download

At the recent Starnet meeting in Nashville, Tennessee held on Novem- ber 4th and 5th there was an APPA Facility Managers panel discussion sponsored by Tandus that essentially discussed the effect of learning facilities condition on occupants.
By condition we mean the design and aesthetics of the space and how they relate to the occupants attitudes while populating that space. APPA used to stand for the Association of Physical Plant Administrators in the late 1960's through the early 1990's. Today, the association is known as AP-PA: Leadership in Educational Facilities, and is most easily recognized and referred to as simply "APPA." The panelists at this presentation were from the University of Tennessee, Tennessee State University and an APPA Leadership consultant.

PROBuilder: Vol. 81, № 11 (November 2016)


 Volume: 81 |  Issue: 11 |  Download

[ON THE COVER]
Project 15-461 by BONE Structure is located in southern Quebec's Laurentian Mountains. The Quebec-based firm designs and builds high-performance, steel-frame homes with prefab components in the U.S. and Canada.
PHOTO: COURTESY BONE STRUCTURE

Stone World Magazine: Vol. 33, № 11 (November 2016)


 Volume: 33 |  Issue: 11 |  Download

On the Cover:

The Bethel White quarry in Granitesville, VT, which is operated by Rock of Ages, was among the stops on the MIA+BSI study tour, which took place in September. The site dates back to the 1800s and was among the first commercially operated quarries in the U.S., and its material has been used for a range of historic buildings and national landmarks. To read more about the Bethel White quarry, as well as the study tour itself, turn to page 30 of this issue of Stone World.

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