Case Study: Examining The Extraordinary Design of the Bitxo House

Tile of Spain USA

The post Case Study: Examining The Extraordinary Design of the Bitxo House first appeared on Tile of Spain USA. Design Architectural Design Case Study Residential Design Spain Tile of Spain

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Case Study: Gainesville Investment Firm

Garden State Tile Blog

The post Case Study: Gainesville Investment Firm appeared first on Garden State Tile. Case StudiesPROJECT TYPE LOCATION FIRM Office Building Gainesville, Florida Level Architecture & Interiors. PROJECT OVERVIEW.

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Case Study: Di Bruno Brothers Market & Eatery

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The post Case Study: Di Bruno Brothers Market & Eatery appeared first on Garden State Tile. Blog Case StudiesPROJECT TYPE LOCATION MATERIAL Retail / Restaurant Wayne , PA Ceramic Wall Tile. PROJECT OVERVIEW.

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Kitchen Case Study: Old Florida, New Vision

Kitchens for Living

The post Kitchen Case Study: Old Florida, New Vision appeared first on Artful Kitchens. One hundred years ago Addison Mizner brought Spanish style to Florida. Incidentally, the state’s written history begins with the arrival of Spanish explorer Ponce de Leon in 1513. Functionally, the tall open arches, windows and loggias typical to that architecture invite sea breezes within and were the perfect antidote to our hot steamy summers prior […] Read more.

Case Study: Kristine’s Of Princeton, NJ

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The post Case Study: Kristine’s Of Princeton, NJ appeared first on Garden State Tile. Case Studies . PROJECT TYPE. LOCATION. Restaurant. Princeton, NJ. Riscala Agnese Design Group. PROJECT OVERVIEW.

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Case Study: The Hatman Building Penthouse

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The post Case Study: The Hatman Building Penthouse appeared first on Garden State Tile. Case Studies Bianco Carrara Case Study Charleston Hatman Building Historic Architecture Marble Mirrored Glass Retro Mosaics Sweet WhitePROJECT TYPE. LOCATION. Mixed Use Residential. Charleston, SC. The Middleton Group. PROJECT OVERVIEW.

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Case Study: Parker’s Kitchen Store 79

Garden State Tile Blog

The post Case Study: Parker’s Kitchen Store 79 appeared first on Garden State Tile. Case StudiesPROJECT TYPE. LOCATION. COMPANY. Convenience Store. Charleston, SC. The Parker Companies. PROJECT OVERVIEW.

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Case Study: Gettysburg College Admissions Building

Garden State Tile Blog

The post Case Study: Gettysburg College Admissions Building appeared first on Garden State Tile. Case StudiesINDUSTRY. LOCATION. MATERIAL USED. Higher Education. Gettysburg, PA. Crossville Empire Porcelain Stone. PROJECT OVERVIEW. Garden State Tile supplied Crossville Empire Porcelain Stone , specified by Noelker and Hull Associates, Inc. , for a two-story, 4,500 square foot addition to the Gettysburg College Fourjay Admissions Building.

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Case Study: The Lattice House – Where the Mountain Meets the Sea

Tile of Spain USA

Tucked away in the Les Gavarres mountain range in Palafrugell, Spain is Casa Celosía, an extraordinary vacation home, designed by Mónica Rivera and Emiliano López of Barcelona-based studio López Rivera Arquitectes.

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COLOR STUDY: The Year for Blue Hues

Giotile

One of the calmest colors in the spectrum, blue is a world-wide favorite, … The post COLOR STUDY: The Year for Blue Hues appeared first on Gio Tile.

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Case Study: One House, Four Ways of Living – An Analysis of the 4-in-1 House

Tile of Spain USA

Sitting above a quiet residential neighborhood, at the top of a leafy hill on in Guadalupe, Spain is a remarkably designed home built by Architect, Manuel Clavel. The stunning “4-in-1 House” offers its homeowners with a one-of-a-kind perspective from an architectural standpoint.

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Bathroom Remodel Trends: A Houzz Study

The Tile Doctor

Thinking about upgrading your bathroom? Youand#39;re not alone! A recent survey of over 7,000 homeowners, from Houzz discusses the trends and motivations for redoing a bathroom. General

Case Study: Spanish Ceramic Tiles Play a Key Role University Expansion

Tile of Spain USA

Designed by renowned architect Alberto Campo Baeza , the newest addition to the Francisco de Vitoria University Campus in Pozuelo, Madrid houses athletic facilities and classrooms for student use. The building is home to indoor tracks, several indoor courts, a swimming pool, a gym and several classrooms all featuring Spanish ceramic tile as the material of choice for healthy, durable and easy to maintain spaces.

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CASE STUDY: Neolith® Takes Manhattan with Apartment Redo

Stone Update

Sintered stone used for kitchen-area workspace. Featured Projects Articles

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Spanish Study: The Long Tail of Silicosis Effects

Stone Update

Disease worsened for workers years after stopping labor with engineered stone. Featured Latest News

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Study Explores the Benefits of Green Roofs

The A to Z of Building

In Portland, Oregon, roofs covered with roofs have become the norm. For stormwater management, the city is considered a leader as it incorporates green infrastructure, free street trees, green

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Case Study: Rules of Geometric Architecture – An analysis of The AA House by OAB

Tile of Spain USA

The AA House by Carlos Ferrater and Xavier Martí of OAB is one of the most unique single-family homes that has been built in recent times. Located in Sant Cugat, Spain next to a forest bordering a golf course, the house rises from the road as a series of sloping roofs among the trees in the garden that form a magnificent belt of picturesque scenery. The house follows a pattern of squares that features diagonal and sloping roofs.

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Case Study: How the Transformation of Hotel Ohla Played a Key Role in the Revitalization of an Iconic Barcelona District

Tile of Spain USA

Located at the center of one of Barcelona’s most elegant districts sits Ohla Eixample, a hotel that captures the charm and history of its namesake neighborhood.

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Kitchen Case Study: Tips and Products that Can Bring Your Design to the Next Level

Kitchens for Living

The post Kitchen Case Study: Tips and Products that Can Bring Your Design to the Next Level appeared first on Artful Kitchens. Designing a kitchen is a bit like solving a puzzle, eventually all the pieces come together and it all makes sense from both a visual as well as a functional perspective. This new kitchen design in Wellington Florida is a great example of that.

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Study Provides Insight into 'Woodquakes'

The A to Z of Building

The structural properties of brittle materials like rock or ceramic, such as cracking under stress, have long been studied in detail, providing insight into avalanches, earthquakes and landslides

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U.S. Countertop Demand $42 Billion in 2024: Study

Stone Update

Research report (pre-Covid-19) predicts market will grow 2.8% annually. Featured Latest News

2019 Texas, Tennessee Stone Study Tours Set

Stone Update

Natural Stone Institute sponsors journeys to Austin in June and Knoxville in August. Featured Association Beat News

Columbia University Far-UVC Light Study Shows Promise As Wellness Design-Based Covid Killer

JG Kitchens

The early studies showed that it could defeat drug-resistant superbugs. His latest study shows that it can also defeat the virus that causes Covid. Wouldn't it be awesome if we could all worry less about catching Covid at home? Or the flu? Or any number of other illnesses?

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Study: Quartz-Surface Annual Growth of 4.5%

Stone Update

Rate will more than double that of total countertop trade, says Freedonia Group. Featured Latest News

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Coverings 2015: A Stone Study Session

Stone Update

Stone-and-tile event offers educational opportunities for stone fabricators and sellers. Featured Shows, Seminars, Workshops Events

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Study: Continued Countertop Growth Worldwide

Stone Update

New analysis shows 4.2% annual rise through 2018; North American yearly demand to grow 3.4%. Featured Latest News

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Back to School Homework and Study Space Ideas You Will Love

Trendir Magazine

As kids are getting back to school it may be time to upgrade their homework and study space. It is likewise an excellent way of getting your kids excited about having a new space where it is solely dedicated for homework and study purposes. The following back to school homework and study space ideas will help you create a space your kids will love. Bold and Bright Colors Your study space does not need to be completely different than the rest of the room.

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Bathroom Remodel Trends: A Houzz Study

The Tile Doctor

Thinking about upgrading your bathroom? You’re not alone! A recent survey of over 7,000 homeowners, from Houzz discusses the trends and motivations for redoing a bathroom. The answers might surprise you. One of the most surprising statistics is the amount of homeowners that are opting out of a tub completely. Design Examples bathroom remodel

Kitchen Design Case Study: Awkward Angles

Kitchens for Living

The post Kitchen Design Case Study: Awkward Angles appeared first on Artful Kitchens. Every time I think I’ve seen it all I’m challenged to create a kitchen design that seems impossible! Such is the case with this recent project. This home is located in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida and features not only a stunning view but also the strangest shaped kitchen! Sometimes I wonder what architects are thinking. […] Read more.

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Ceramic Tile – A Solid Bet for Young Architects

Tile of Spain USA

Blog Blue Wave Cocktail Bar ceramic tile Ceramic Tile Studies Crystalzoo El Equipo Creativo Spanish Ceramic Tile tile of spain Young ArchitectsT he use of ceramic in construction dates all the way back to 30,000 BC, when clay mortars were used to hold a structure made of branches and canes together. Although we’ve come a long way from branch houses, ceramics are still constantly evolving.

Study Sheds Light on Production of Roof Tiles in Imperial China

The A to Z of Building

Any visitor to China will have noticed the spectacular roofs on buildings dating from imperial times. However, the question of how these roof tiles were produced has attracted relatively little

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Harvard’s Ceramic Program presents an exposition of their projects

Tile of Spain USA

Blog ASCER Ceramic Studies Department exhibit GSD Harvard‘Formations in Ceramic Material ‘ showcases the work of students from the Harvard Graduate School of Design , which has used the Ceramic Program as a place to experiment since the last semester of 2015. The show, housed at Gallery 224 in Cambridge, Massachusetts, was sponsored by ASCER, the Association of Spanish Ceramic Tile Manufacturers, in association with Harvard’s Graduate School of Design.

PARAS Cafe Offers Study Space with Minimalist Style

Freshome Design & Architecture Magazine

The dining area to the left is the perfect place to work or study. Or, you could meet with a study group at the central, communal table. Photography by Peter Dixie and courtesy of Arch Daily ) The post PARAS Cafe Offers Study Space with Minimalist Style appeared first on Freshome.com. Architecture geometric patterns Minimalism modern cafe Shanghai Study Space White and Blue

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Eight Takeaways From New Home Improvement Study — Forbes.com

JG Kitchens

The post Eight Takeaways From New Home Improvement Study — Forbes.com comes to you courtesy of Jamie Gold Kitchen, Bath And Wellness Design, LLC. What are homeowners investing in? Who’s making the decisions? How much are they spending? Here are the latest results from home improvement firm HomeAdvisor ‘s new State of Home Spending Report, which I shared with my own two cents on Forbes.com this week.

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MIA+BSI 2016 Study Tour: Autumn in Vermont

Stone Update

The Sept. 18-20 event includes quarry tours and plenty of the state’s fall foliage. Featured Associations News

Study Shows Visible Light Contributes to Fast Aging of Bitumen Used in Road

The A to Z of Building

Contrary to previous assumptions, a surprising result in road engineering research shows that visible light contributes to the aging of bitumen, which can ultimately damage road pavements

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BSI/MIA Washington Study Tour Set for November

Stone Update

Three-day event in Nation’s Capital includes tours, interactive presentations; precedes Greenbuild Expo. Featured Associations News

New Study on Living Walls Could Help the UK Achieve its Net-Zero Commitments

The A to Z of Building

A new study reports that an existing present building with masonry cavity walls can be retrofitted with a green or living wall to decrease the amount of heat lost from its structure by over 30

Study Combines Medieval Building Principles with Futuristic Construction Techniques

The A to Z of Building

HiLO, the latest NEST unit, integrates medieval building principles with futuristic construction techniques. The two-story building unit with an attractive doubly-curved concrete roof and a novel

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Study Shows How Red Bricks can be Converted into Energy Storage Device

The A to Z of Building

A new study by researchers at the Washington University in St. Louis reports that red bricks, some of the world’s most well-known and inexpensive building materials, can be transformed into

Eight Wellness Design-Inspired Pro Tips For Your Back-To-School Experience

JG Kitchens

Healthy Homes Wellness back to school best home improvements design ideas designing for wellness good design healthy hoe ideas healthy home design house decor ideas kids bedrooms kids spaces quality home improvement study areas wellness and design

Latest Study Transforms Rammed Earth Construction

The A to Z of Building

A building technique as old as dirt is being re-tested as a ‘new’ and feasible modern construction material. Compressed soil, also called rammed earth, is a construction technique that

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Architecture Student Study Abroad Bag

Life of an Architect

To date we have seen contents from: Architect Architecture Student Drywall Contractor Interior Designer Photographer Graphic Designer Electrician’s Bag Today we get a look into the bag of American architecture student, Kyle Landau, who at the time was studying abroad in Florence for his fourth year.

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