Next time you come face-to-face with a limestone slab in a showroom, pause and indulge yourself with a little mental time travel to the prehistoric, balmy ocean that created this stone.
Find out how your stone got its stripes. Much of Earth’s history is recorded in layer upon layer of sediment.
Limestone and travertine will etch when exposed to the acids and bases present in many cleaning products and common kitchen ingredients such as vinegar, bleach, citrus, and wine.
A case study featuring stone cladding in a hospital building.
Native stone influenced the design of George “Doc” Cavalliere Park in Arizona.