Working With Stone
Gneiss is among the most common commercial stones, but you may not have heard of gneiss because it’s almost always classified as granite.
Technology has become extremely prevalent in today’s society and the natural stone industry is not immune. In fact, we are opening up a world of possibilities for your projects that save time, money, and resources.
In a world of bytes and bites, the next generation of artisans is still studying with mallets and chisels and doing its part to carry over an ancient trade to another century.
The sparkly aesthetic comes from mica minerals, which are nature’s glitter.
Find out how your stone got its stripes. Much of Earth’s history is recorded in layer upon layer of sediment.
Stone carvers today use a combination of modern machinery and ancient craftsmanship.
How travertine is formed and how to use as a building material.
How stone is reused, repurposed, or recycled for new applications and projects.
How 2 stone companies foster a love for natural stone among local students.
Explore colors and patterns of thin stone veneer and applications options.
Getting to know your white stones including marble, quartzite, and pegmatite.
A case study about award winning Minnesota State Capitol restoration project.
The definitive guide to a commonly mislabeled natural stone, quartzite.
One couple’s struggle to find a last minute wedding venue during hurricane.
A story about making use of glacial stone picked from a local farm.
What happens to old quarries after they are no longer operational?
An introduction to using natural stone thin veneer for your project.
A miner’s gallery featuring hand-carved stone and historic mining artifacts.
What took place millions of years ago can bring appreciation for selecting stone.
From choosing a countertop fabricator to preparing for installation day.
How to complement the greenery and flowers in your garden with natural stone.
Native stone influenced the design of George “Doc” Cavalliere Park in Arizona.
The restoration and expansion of a distinguishing campus landmark in Dedham, MA