Month: July 2020

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TILE Magazine: Vol. 17, № 5 (July / August 2020)

 Volume: 17 |  Issue: 5 |  Download

Color is the star of Hub, the porcelain tile collection from Naxos for contemporary interior design. Ceramic surfaces in vivid, sometimes bold colors that interpret the latest trends in interior design and architecture, where linear graphics, the use of clean often asymmetrical patterns and stylized florals are distinctive elements. Hub's intensely decorative mood lends itself to the creation of striking walls, and is enhanced by the material contrasts and special satin surfaces with pearl-like or "sugared" terrazzo effects. The Hub palette ranges from cold shades to warm colors.

Architect Magazine: Vol. 109, № 7 (July 2020)

 Volume: 109 |  Issue: 7 |  Download

On the cover: R+D Winner Zippered Wood, by University of British Columbia, HiLo Lab; University of Colorado, Denver, LoDo Lab; and HouMinn Practice; photo by Alex Preiss and Derek Mavis/HiLo Lab. Below: R+D Winner Walking Assembly, by Matter Design and CEMEX.

Contemporary Stone & Tile Design: Vol. 27, № 3 (Summer 2020)

 Volume: 27 |  Issue: 3 |  Download

Artist Brad J Goldberg was commissioned to create a visually engaging entrance at two separate corners of the Spring Creek Nature Area in Richardson, TX. The design consists of two portal sculptures made from Kenoran Sage granite with cut-outs in the shape of a leaf that form the portals, which collectively are named "Sylvan Portals." Long seat walls "ground" the sculptures into the landscape and granite seating elements in the shape of leaves provide users of the nature area with a place to rest. Installation by Dee Brown Inc. of Richardson, TX. Stone supplied by Coldspring, Cold Spring, MN. Cover photo was taken by Nathan Shands. Story begins on page 16.

Stone World Magazine: Vol. 37, № 7 (July 2020)

 Volume: 37 |  Issue: 7 |  Download

The Old Parkland North Campus in Dallas, TX, boasts an enormous amount of stone products that were sourced from 12 states. Among the numerous intricate stone architectural pieces are 8-foot-tall round columns custom fabricated from blocks of Indiana limestone and carefully installed by Dee Brown, Inc. of Richardson, TX. To read more about this tremendous stone project, turn to the story begin- ning on page 88. Photo ©Steve Hinds Photography

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