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Nineteen new sites inscribed on the World Heritage List, many of them use stone

The Unesco committee met in Bahrein’s capital Manama in June 2018 Nineteen new sites have been inscribed on the World Heritage list during the committee’s...

35 Unique choices for decorating your home with stone!

Stone home decoration fits in most decor styles and elegantly illuminates the spaces. You can fit such a décor into the living room or...

High aesthetics one of the protagonists in this year’s Marmomacc

Modern design and sophisticated aesthetics were the main features of many stands at this year's Marmomacc exhibition, which is held in Verona, Italy, until...

Marble and diamonds for Apple’s AirPods

Apple’s wireless AirPods earphones have been one of the company’s most surprising hits over the past few years, helping its wearables category grow beyond the Apple Watch....

Unusual underground hotel in an abandoned quarry in China

China once again surprises the world with their extravagant projects. A Grand hotel that goes under the earth at almost 90 meters has recently...

Berlin new museum building made of marble and natural stone aggregates

David Chipperfield Architects’ new central entrance to the city’s Museum Island has been officially handed over to the State Museums of Berlin prior to...

Carla Baz debuts resin and marble furniture in Beirut

French-Lebanese designer Carla Baz has unveiled a collection of marble furniture and lighting, including tables filled with pools of colourful resin. Debuted at Beirut's Joy Mardini Gallery during the city's annual design week,...

La Karrière: once a quarry, now a cultural attraction

The site in a village of 140 citizens about 30 km from Dijon attracts some 25.000 visitors per year / Summer art festival in...

Looking Ahead: 8 Architecture and Construction Industry Trends for the Next 30 Years

It’s true that trends come and go, yet some have staying power that become the new standards of doing business for decades into the...

Art gives defunct quarries new life

A US artist has breathed new life into disused quarries through her exhibition of collages, sketches and watercolours. Kate Katomski has put her interest in...