Month: June 2019

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Building Design+Construction: Vol. 60, № 6 (June 2019)


 Volume: 60 |  Issue: 6 |  Download

ON THE COVER:
A pair of 21-foot-long Great Blue Herons form a slide that provides the signature motif for the park at the Gathering Place. The 66 1/2-acre public park and playground serves the nearly one million residents of greater Tulsa, Okla. The project was honored with a Platinum Award in the 22nd annual Building Team Awards (more on page 24). PHOTO: BRENT NILES, BBJN DESIGNS

Contemporary Stone & Tile Design: Vol. 26, № 3 (Summer 2019)


 Volume: 26 |  Issue: 3 |  Download

ON THE COVER:
New life was brought back to Miller Park in Chattanooga, TN, with a revitalization project that included using 500 square feet of Tennessee gray sandstone provided by Majestic Stone. The center attraction of the outdoor public space is a stone outcropping featuring large sandstone pieces averaging 5 x 5 feet in size and having thicknesses of 6 to 7 inches. To learn more about the park's transformation, read the full story beginning on page 16.

Builder Magazine: Vol. 42, № 6 (June 2019)


 Volume: 42 |  Issue: 6 |  Download

On The Cover:
Among the Trees:
The design for this duplex project in Texas was driven and inspired by the property's established live Oaks

Local Leaders:
The top 50 new-home markets

Power Source:
The heat is on when it comes to choosing electric vs gas systems and appliances

TileLetter: Vol. 19, № 7 (June 2019)


 Volume: 19 |  Issue: 7 |  Download

On The Cover
Custom Building Products
Marble tile at historic Hearst Castle pool renovated with full system from CUSTOM

Ring avulsion, and how to avoid it
Perception vs. reality — the truth behind PBM flooring claims

TILE Magazine: Vol. 16, № 4 (June 2019)


 Volume: 16 |  Issue: 4 |  Download

On the Cover
Reflecting on its product line and long-established brand experience with state-of-the-art technology, Kalebodur introduced a new look into architectural designs and construction technologies with Kalesinterflex Turkey's thinnest, biggest and most flexible ceramic tile at 120 x 360 cm, with thickness varieties of 3 mm and 5 mm. Available in a vast range of colors and textures, Kalesinterflex allows for both the implementation of new ideas on facades and interiors. It is suitable for tables, TV set units and bathroom furniture, as well as kitchen counters and cupboard doors. Kalesinterflex also stands out with its resistance to fire and chemicals, easiness to clean and its antibacterial qualities.

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