Heather Fiore is the Editor-in-Chief of TILE Magazine. She has also served as the Associate Editor of Contemporary Stone & Tile Design and Stone World for the last five years. Before she began working at BNP Media in these capacities, Heather Fiore was an associate editor for The Sun newspapers in Central New Jersey.
The Robert D. Love Downtown YMCA in Wichita, KS, officially opened in November 2012. After almost two years of planning and designing, the architect, general contractor and tile installer all worked together to help bring the project to life, which features various types of porcelain and ceramic tile from American Olean, Daltile and Atlas Concorde.
Eight historic buildings were restored and renovated in downtown Washington, D.C. to form the new Marriott Residence Inn and Marriott Courtyard complex, which features a range of porcelain, ceramic and glass tile from more than a dozen manufacturers
Adjacent to the Washington Convention Center and Marriott Marquis Convention Hotel in Washington, D.C. is a newly constructed 12-story, mixed-use development, consisting of a dual-brand convention center hotel, Marriott Residence Inn and Marriott Courtyard, and residential component.
Drawing in almost 100,000 visitors this year, Cevisama experienced one of its best editions. The international fair for ceramics, bathroom furnishings and natural stone products, which is held annually in Valencia, Spain, was hosted from January 28 to February 1, 2019 at the Feria Valencia.
TISE is the largest North American floor covering, stone and tile industry event, which has been operating for more than 30 years. Buyers, specifiers and influencers from the U.S. and countries all over the world attend to purchase products, gain design and trend inspiration, and develop their business strategies for the upcoming year.
The Berkmans, which have been honing their creative relationship with each new location, most recently ventured over state borders to open Urth Caffé’s first out-of-state location in Las Vegas, NV, at the Wynn Plaza Shops.
In 1986, the Dean E. Smith Center at UNC became the official home of the Tar Heels. As the fourth-largest college basketball arena in the U.S., it is one of the most recognized athletic venues. The 30,000-square-foot arena is named after former North Carolina men's basketball coach, Dean Smith, who coached the team for more than 30 years, from 1961 to 1997.
For this edition, we sat down with Mike Micalizzi, senior director of technical services for Custom Building Products, previous owner of a tile and stone installation company Ceramic Tile Services. He currently serves on technical committees for the TCNA, MMSA, NTCA, MIA, ANSI, and ASTM International.
Each year, TILE Magazine is afforded opportunities to travel to different trade shows all over the world. Wherever we go, one thing remains the same: the tile industry never ceases to amaze us. Nationally and internationally, trends continue to grow and thrive. They even manage to intertwine, concocting innovative designs and ideas, which is a neat thing to see.
For the last five years, Artaic and Bostik have hosted the Design ‘N Gather competition, which invites students, architects, designers, artists and other industry professionals to utilize Artaic’s Tylist™ program to create a mosaic that will be permanently installed in an exclusive location.
Greenwich Peninsula is a district of southeast London, England, within the borough of Greenwich. On the northernmost point of the peninsula on the riverside, there was a vibrant piece of public art recently installed, which adorns the exterior of a building on Millennium Way.