Hotel Hubertus is situated at the foot of the famous Kronplatz skiing resort in the Puster Valley at an altitude of around 1,350 meters. As part of redevelopment and expansion works at the hotel, noa opted for stone-effect porcelain stoneware tiles.
In the center of Tel Aviv, Israel, at the intersection of two business streets, the ToHA building rises 29 stories. Its unique faceted volume, shaped like an iceberg, was designed by Ron Arad of Ron Arad Associates in London, with the local team of Avner Yashar from Yashar Architects in Tel Aviv.
Palm Springs, CA, is no stranger to the sun. With a hot desert climate, the resort city sees more than 300 days of sunshine and less than 5 inches of rain each year. Pretty favorable weather, wouldn’t you agree?
In 2017, a private villa was built in Austin, TX, where the American soul cohabits with typically Italian know-how and tradition. Ceramiche Caesar was selected to supply porcelain stoneware solutions that clad certain areas of the facility with sophistication and modernity.
Designed by the architect, Marco Lucchi, the “Lounge Bar” at Salone de Mobile 2019 highlighted the ability of Sicis products to mold and adapt in infinite two-dimensional and three-dimensional combinations, allowing the development of high-impact entertainment spaces.
Embassy Gardens brings tranquil Garden Square Living to the heart of Accra's distinguished diplomatic district, only a couple of miles from the U.S. Embassy in Cantonments. The community is designed for residents' health, wellbeing and happiness.
Excel Engineering is a U.S.-based company providing services for architecture and engineering. With its highly qualified staff capable of fulfilling the requirements of the most diverse customers, Excel Engineering works mainly in Northern America and Canada.
Behind the stern facade of a working class city, Turin becomes a home to the most peculiar people. In a beautiful corner of Turin, between the River Po and the Gran Madre, one can find Ristorante Papo, where a homey spirit and care for taste and innovation become the leitmotiv of a location that focuses above all on quality.
The Terra porcelain series from Marca Corona plays a key role in this boho holiday getaway in the heart of the Trastevere district in Rome, Italy. The project, designed by Studio Tamat, is a jewel of refined style thanks to eccentric furnishings, pastel colors and great attention to detail.
In this issue of TILE Magazine, we have two technical focus articles. One is about flatness tolerances, self-leveling underlayments and radiant uncoupling mats. The other technical focus article is about advances in tile backer boards. Also, see the latest Contractor Spotlight with Robert Smeton, owner of Artisan Granite & Tile LLC, read a review of Cersaie 2019, and much more!