Contemporary Stone & Tile Design: Vol. 27, № 1 (Winter 2020)


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ON THE COVER:
Large porcelain slabs are becoming a favorite for a variety of applications, including floor-to-ceiling fireplaces. With technology allowing for authentic looks of natural material, such as veining and grains, the design possibilities are limitless. The book-matched slabs from Daltile's Panoramic Porcelain Surfaces XL create a stunning focal point in this hotel lobby. To learn about more trends in hospitality design, turn to page 24

Stone World Magazine: Vol. 37, № 1 (January 2020)


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ON THE COVER
The colors, textures and other characteristics of natural stone can bring beauty to any residential design. Combining different varieties of stone, as well as building a palette with a diverse range of material, can further enhance the aesthetics of a living space. In the article "Linking architecture with nature," beginning on page 58 of this issue, the architect and homeowners chose to use stone extensively throughout the interior and exterior design of their New Jersey residence to create an elegant look. Design by JR Frank Design LLC of Wayne, NJ. Photo by Anthony Porto.

TILE Magazine: Vol. 17, № 1 (January / February 2020)


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On the cover:
Emilceramica extends the scope of Tele di Marmo with the addition of four variants inspired by four fresh looks of the material that is the icon of classical style, steeped in natural elegance and innate charisma. Tele di Marmo Revolution is the contemporary interpretation of marble now included in the Reloaded project, the aesthetic crucible of ideas linked to the work of great artists of all ages and geographical origins. In Revolution, an innovative approach to art is achieved through studying colour and design starting from the symbiosis of natural elements, with inspiration from the world's most amazing landscapes. Blue in all its thousand shades from azure to cobalt is the central theme of the Patagonia variant, referencing the beauty of the "marble cathedrals" on Lake Carrera between Argentina and Chile — great caves carved by the water, with colors and reflected tints that change with the passing days and seasons.