News
02.24.2010
Materials
Sebastopol Wine Barn by Mark Horton Architecture with Parklex Laminates
Courtesy mark Horton Architecture
 

COMPOSITE/LAMINATE

CoveringsETC
7610 North East 4th Ct., Miami, FL;
305-757-6000
www.coveringsetc.com

Ductal
www.ductal.com

GR Plume
1373 West Smith Rd.,
Ferndale, WA;
360-384-2800
www.grplume.com

Parklex
Zalain Auzoa, 13,
31780 Vera de Bidasoa, Navarra, Spain;
+34-948-625-015
www.parklex.com

Plyboo
866-835-9859
plyboo.com

Richlite
624 East 15th St.,
Tacoma, WA;
888-383-5533
www.richlite.com

Sarnafil
100 Dan Rd., Canton, MA;
781-828-5400
www.sarnafilus.com

Trespa
12267 Crosthwaite Cr.,
Poway, CA;
800-487-3772
www.trespa.com

Trex
160 Exeter Dr.,
Winchester, VA;
800-289-8739
www.trex.com

Unisolar
2956 Waterview Dr.,
Rochester Hills, MI;
248-293-0440
www.uni-solar.com

CONCRETE, MASONRY, STONE & TILE

Bertozzi Felice di Rovai
G. & C. Srl
Via Crocialetto 28,
Pietrasanta (LU), Italy;
+39-058-479-2886
www.bertozzifelice.com/

Concreteworks
1137 57th Ave., Oakland, CA; 510-534-7141
concreteworks.com

Pacific Decorative Concrete
7307 Roseville Rd.,
Sacramento, CA;
916-349-1200
www.pacificdecorative.com

Quarra Stone Company
333 Atlas Ave., Madison, WI; 608-246-8803
www.quarrastone.com

Stone Source
9500A Jefferson Blvd.,
Culver City, CA;
213 880-1155
www.stonesource.com

Trend USA
10360 USA Today Way, Miramar, FL;
866-508-7363
www.trendgroup-usa.com

FABRIC

Birdair
65 Lawrence Bell Drive, Amherst, NY;
800-622-2246
www.birdair.com

METAL

Centria
800-759-7474
www.centria.com

Devincenzi Architectural Metals
1655 Rollins Rd.,
Burlingame, CA;
650-692-5800
www.devmetal.com

Ettel & Frantz
222 Robbins St.,
St. Paul, MN;
651-646-4811
www.ettelfranz.com

Ferrous Studios
834 Ohio Ave.,
Richmond, CA;
510-235-2747
www.ferrousinc.com

Lavey Roofing Services
1217 East Wakeham Ave., Santa Ana, CA;
714-973-6233
www.laveyroofing
services.com

Metal Sales
545 South 3rd St.,
Louisville, KY;
800-406-7387
www.metalsales.us.com

VM Zinc
3120 Highwoods Blvd.,
Raleigh, NC;
919-874-7173
www.vimzinc.com

A. Zahner Company
1400 East 9th St.,
Kansas City, MO;
816-474-8882
www.azahner.com

PLASTER

The Raymond Group
520 West Walnut Ave.
Orange, CA;
714-771-7670
www.raymond-co.com

WOOD

9 Wood
999 South “A” St.,
Springfield, OR;
888-767-9990
www.9wood.com

Jackel Enterprises
347 Locust St.,
Watsonville, CA;
831-768-3880
www.jackelenterprises.com

Prodema
Barrio San Miguel, s/n,
20.250 Legorreta,
Guipuzcoa, Spain;
+34-943-807-000
www.prodema.com

Sun Woodworks
1850 Campbell St.,
Oakland, CA;
510-444-4235


Firestone Office Project designed by B+U with Birdair
Courtesy B+U

Quarra Stone has a pretty good gig as the only U.S. distributor of the Vals Quartzite material, but they do their job very well and work with architects to provide the product they’re looking for.”
Denis Schofield
Bohlin Cywinski Jackson

Trespa is a maintenance-free substitute for real wood and it can be installed as a rainscreen, which keeps the building thermally stable and has other environmental features. It’s highly durable, it’s very crisp.”
Trevor Abramson
Abramson Teiger Architects

Trex is a fantastic material because it’s made of recycled materials (plastic and sawdust), it’s durable and low-maintenance, and although it is marketed for decking, it can make an interesting building skin material as a rainscreen.”
Steven Ehrlich
Ehrlich Architects

Parklex provided a very soft and natural material juxtaposition to the hard-edged metal siding and roofing. It allowed the building to appear to belong in its agrarian setting.”
Mark Horton
Mark Horton Architecture

“Paul Phillips, Sarnafil regional director, is excellent to work with. He will review details for appropriateness and is also very good at translating our design intent into buildable solutions.”
Thomas Schneider
Barton Myers Associates

CoveringsETC looks both utilitarian and fancy at the same time.”
Barbara Bestor
Bestor Architects