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.
The United Polaris Lounge is an exclusive service offered by United Airlines for its first class and business class travelers, which is currently only available at O’Hare International Airport in Chicago, IL; George Bush Intercontinental Airport in Houston, TX; San Francisco International Airport in San Francisco, CA; and Newark Liberty International Airport in Newark, NJ.
Ege Seramik continues to have its finger on the pulse of design when it comes to tile manufacturing. The firm’s latest series, Arya, offers design flexibility for both wall and floor applications in an array of sizes, allowing for major graphic statements.
In line with the on-trend industrial design aesthetic, SistemP™ by Marazzioffers a minimalistic, concrete aesthetic. Graciously positioned as a commercial series, SistemP™ is an impeccable choice for vast spaces exhibiting an ultramodern look.
Produced in Northern Italy using the latest in 3D digital technology, Reservoir is a concise line of 6- x 24-inch porcelain panels, creating realism that simulates a natural stone and wood look. The porcelain constructed panels expand utility and open new possibilities for designers and homeowners.
Timberbrook by American Olean captivates with the appeal of reclaimed barnwood that’s been given new life in a durable porcelain tile. A naturally distressed wood look is captured perfectly with richly blended colors on a unique plank size.
Cotto d’Este USA’s Cement Project is a versatile collection in which the typically “urban” nature of cement is expressed in a new way — in vast and architectural contexts. Surfaces and colors echo cement effects with aesthetic and sensory fidelity.
Shaped like a falcon and inspired by Persian tradition, the new 24-story skyscraper contains apartments and a luxury hotel with 270 rooms and suites, which feature ceramic decorations by Fabbrica Marmi e Graniti of the Iris Ceramica Group
“A marvellous story unfolding in every little corner” is Marcel Wanders’ curious description of the Mondrian Doha, a 24-story skyscraper recently added to the skyline of Doha, Qatar’s capital and biggest city.