News
01.20.2010
Concrete, Masonry, Stone, and Tile

A Voce Columbus by Rockwell Group with Unlimited Stone
Courtesy Rockwell
 

Alkemi
P.O. Box 55, Cabin John, MD; 301-320-0042
www.renewedmaterials.com

Archetype Construction Corporation
147 Broadway St.,
Hawthorne, NY;
914-769-2902

Bagno & Company
+39-5982-509-4304
www.bagno-company.com

Belden Brick Company
P.O. Box 20910, Canton, OH; 330-456-0031
www.beldenbrick.com

Caesarstone
6840 Hayvenhurst Ave.,
Van Nuys, CA;
818-779-0999
www.caesarstoneus.com

Concreteworks Studio
349 Dunhams Corner Rd.,
East Brunswick, NJ;
732-390-9944
www.concreteworks.com

D. Magnan & Co.
32 Cortland St.,
Mount Vernon, NY;
914-664-0700

Daltile
7834 C.F. Hawn Frwy.,
Dallas, TX;
214-398-1411
www.daltile.com

David Allen Company
150 Rush St., Raleigh, NC;
919-821-7100
www.davidallen.com

Designworks Tile and Stone
20 West 22nd St., New York; 212-645-3723

Endicott Clay Products
P.O. Box 17, Fairbury, NE;
402-729-3315
www.endicott.com

Evans & Paul
140 Dupont St., Plainview, NY; 516-576-0800
www.evansandpaul.com

Formglas
2 Champagne Dr., Toronto; 416-635-8030 www.formglas.com

Henraux
Querceta (Lucca),
Via Deposito, 269, Italy;
+39-0584-761217
www.henraux.it

Lido Stone Works
4062-601A Grumman Blvd.,
Calverton, NY;
631-208-1165
www.lidostone.com

Marmo Masters
2419 24th Ave., Queens;
718-728-5871

Pagliaro Bros. Stone Co.
6301 Foxley Rd.,
Upper Marlboro, MD;
301-599-6066

Plasterform
1180 Lakeshore Rd. East, Mississauga, Ontario, Canada;
905-891-9500
www.plasterform.com

Pompili Precast Concrete
12307 Broadway Avenue, Cleveland, OH;
216-581-8080
www.pompiliprecast
concrete.com

SMC Stone
640 Morgan Ave., Brooklyn; 718-599-2999 www.smcstone.com

Stone Source
215 Park Ave. South, New York;
212-979-6400
www.stonesource.com

Swenson Stone Consultants
P.O. Box 651, Hanover, NH; 603-643-0363
www.swensonstone.com

Unistress
P.O. Box 1145, Pittsfield, MA; 413-499-1441
www.unistresscorp.com

Unlimited Stone
239 Washington St.,
Berkeley Heights, NJ;
917-921-6505

Vermont Structural Slate Company
3 Prospect St., Fair Haven, VT; 802-265-4933
www.vermontstructural
slate.com

The YN 13 House by Morris Sato Studio with Evans & Paul
Amanda Switzer

“For the parking garages around Yankee Stadium, I worked with Endicott to develop four different colors of green brick. It took a while to get a really good palette, but I’m very pleased. I wanted the actual red clay of the brick itself to come through the glaze, to get an effect that varies in the light. They were able to keep the colors of the batches very standard, and that quality control was key.”
Wendy Evans Joseph
Wendy Evans Joseph  Architecture

“A very big part of research for us is experimenting with crushed stone, playing with the aggregate, adding flecks of mica and the like, and Pompili was very capable of giving us just what we wanted.”
William Horgan
Grimshaw

“For A Voce’s facade, we needed four slabs of really nice marble to get the minimal chic Italian look we were after. Theresa Quintong at Unlimited Stone searched all over upstate until she found them. We call her the Marble Lady.”
Gregory Sanford
Rockwell Group

“Our client, Rockefeller Brothers Fund, wanted their new headquarters to be elegant, understated, and timeless, and to be a living model of their sustainable mission as an organization. Slate was strategically used in the main public gathering spaces of the project, as it embodies all of these qualities. Vermont Structural Slate is 500 miles from most locations in the northeast, which minimizes material transport and therefore environmental impact. Stone is a natural material that does not off-gas. It is also highly durable, which means it is unlikely to end up as waste material.”
Sara Agrest
FXFowle