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Week of May 11, 2020 – Graduation

Architectural Ceramics

Top 5 Design Posts of the Week. With the stresses of academic work, the excitement of school sports, and the even the pressure to get involved, there are few occasions that invoke celebratory sentiments stronger than graduations.

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Beauty In Terracotta ? The Fuzhou Strait Culture and Art Center

Trendir Magazine

China’s massive Fuzhou Strait Culture and Art Center is one of the most stunning modern examples of the beauty and practical applications of architectural terracotta. Designed by PES-Architects and completed in 2018, the sparkling white center was inspired by something as simple as a jasmine flower.

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Intense colours and bold decors

Diary of a Tile Addict

Porpora Cadi from the I-Sense range by Vallelunga & Co. Vallelunga & Co’s tile collections combine culture, innovation, and creativity.

Stand Out Stone Looks – Made In The USA

Garden State Tile Blog

Garden State Tile has introduced two new stand out stone look collections into our robust line of porcelain offerings made and stocked in the USA.

Playlist of the Week – Graduation

Architectural Ceramics

Week of May 11, 2020. As summer draws closer, many of students are submitting their final assignments, saying goodbye to friends, and preparing for the summer holiday that awaits.

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Braxton-Bragg Continues Expansion in CNC Market

Stone Update

Adds associates with deep stone-industry roots, plus free shop-analysis program. Featured Company Insider News

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Sound of Marbles

Diary of a Tile Addict

Ceramica Fioranese ‘s Sound of Marbles rethinks this classic material to celebrate nature and combine it with tradition and craftsmanship.

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Why You Might Want A Residential Elevator (With 10 Contractor Tips For Choosing One)

JG Kitchens

I live in a three-story townhouse. I don’t mind the exercise going from my office on the first floor to my bedroom on the third, or carrying groceries from the garage to my second floor kitchen. The exercise is good for me!

China Stone Event Goes Online in June

Stone Update

Cloud Xiamen Stone Fair offers “counterpart” to analog show set for late October. Featured Shows, Seminars, Workshops Events

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Four finishes from Ceramiche Caesar

Diary of a Tile Addict

Four innovative surface finishes (Soft, Matt R10 A+B, Graph, and Aextra20) come together in Ceramiche Caesar ‘s Join.

Bedroom Wallpaper ideas to Modernize your Bedroom

Trendir Magazine

Anyone and everyone who has ever tried and thought about changing their décor knows a good wallpaper can make a huge difference. Wallpapers are back on trend and we are loving every moment, you can make the room as intimate, and relaxing as possible while embracing the space.

This Multigenerational Home Beautifully Blends Modern and Traditional Styling

The Ace of Space

When Sherry Hope-Kennedy, Studio SHK, redesigned a cramped dark kitchen and adjacent areas, she envisioned a light-filled unified functional space. After speaking with the family-doctors with two growing girls and elderly parents who often visit-she recommended that they open everything up.

China Stone Event Goes Online in June

Stone Update

Cloud Xiamen Stone Fair offers “counterpart” to analog show set for late October. Featured Shows, Seminars, Workshops Events

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Megeve’s Mountain Wood

Diary of a Tile Addict

For our virtual Coverings , all Italian tile brand Cerdisa has shared with us their comforting collection of wood-looks – Megeve. Four natural tones (Acero, Teak, Rovere, and Wenge) come in a natural effect finish, with four taking on the appearance of oiled wood (Iroko, Rovere, Acero, and Wenge), and three offering a grip finish (Iroko, Teak, and Rovere). Megeve Wenge (265x1800mm). Megeve Wenge (200x1200mm).

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Small kitchens to steal creativity from

Trendir Magazine

Being limited to square footage can discourage anyone from wanting to decorate their space to its full potential. But what if we told you, you don’t have to be afraid of having a smaller space, as you can create the room of your dreams by drawing inspiration from smaller spaces.

049: Objects of Design

Life of an Architect

For every architect and designer, there are objects out there that resonate for them in a profound manner and can even shape their design philosophies. These can be buildings, products – even materials – but no matter what you call them, they are "Objects of Design".

Ground-Breaking ResiCAV Project Highlights ‘Urgent Need’ for UK Road Transport Cybersecurity Programme

The A to Z of Building

A pioneering project on how connected and autonomous vehicles (CAVs) and their associated infrastructure can develop real-time responsiveness to cybersecurity threats, has highlighted the

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Creative Basement Bedroom Revamp Ideas

Trendir Magazine

Say goodbye to dark, dreary basements and say hello to a completely new revamp. Revamping your basement can remove the stigma of a scary place and give you an extra room for guests, a baby nursery, or a man cave.

Biosite Launches Portable Site Hygiene Solution Supporting Lighthouse Club

The A to Z of Building

Biosite Systems Ltd has introduced a portable Hand Sanitiser Station for deployment on site in areas where hand washing facilities are not available or practical to install. Developed in response to

Peab Builds Apartments in Espoo

The A to Z of Building

Peab has been commissioned to build 137 apartments on Uuno Kailas Road 4 in Espoo for the Kojamo Group. The contract is worth EUR 15 million. Marko Rinkinen, Region Manager, Peab, Finland.

The City of Las Vegas to Accelerate Smart Cities Project with NTT

The A to Z of Building

The city of Las Vegas and NTT Corporation (NTT) today announced the Accelerate Smart project has expanded to include two new locations – the city’s Community Healing Garden and a portion

End of Architecture School Semester: COVID-19 Edition

Life of an Architect

As the spring semester of architecture school has ended during this COIVD-19 situation, I wanted to share some of my students' work. The situation was stressful for my students as much as to professionals, and maybe even a bit more.