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Category: Granite

Project Spotlight: Feeling patriotic?  Visit the National Constitution Center

The Pei Cobb Freed designed National Constitution Center was the first museum to use StoneLite® panels. The exterior facade and interior walls  feature 29K sf of StoneLite® limestone and granite panels. The interior panels were installed over steel stud framing with an average weight of only 60 lbs.  Some panels were fabricated to various angled corner […] Read More

Making History: The National Constitution Center

The historic National Constitution Center combines dimensional stone and StoneLite® natural stone composite panels to create a modern-classic aesthetic in the heart of Philadelphia. Project name:             National Constitution Center Project location:         Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Year:                            2002 Architecture Firm: […] Read More

The Test of Time: 10,000 N. Central Expressway, 30 Years Later

The Dallas office building, 10,000 N. Central Expressway, stands as a 30-year testament to the strength, beauty, and durability of StoneLite® panels. Project name:   10,000 N. Central Expressway Project location:   Dallas, Texas Year:   1984 Architecture Firm:   HKS Architects Developer:   Paragon Exterior Product:   StoneLite® Swedish Mahogany Granite OVERVIEW During the 70s and […] Read More

Stone Panels International UK Construction Spotlight: Parliament House at 81 Black Prince Rd.

Parliament House at 81 Black Prince Rd. is situated in the exclusive Albert Embankment with stunning views of the Thames, Houses of Parliament, London Eye, Tate Britain and Westminster. Set in the heart of Lambeth, Parliament House is an architecturally stunning design created by the combination of contemporary design and luxury living. The project is […] Read More

IT’S ALL ABOUT THE CURVE

Stone does not have to be defined by hard lines, angles, and linear shapes.  It can be molded into soft flowing curves.  Wait…curved?  Yes, stone can be curved – not chiseled, sanded, or segmented but actually curved from a flat panel. Can Stone Panels manufacture our StoneLite® panels to a fixed curved?  “Yes, we can!” is the surprisingly simple answer […] Read More

Stone Panels Renovation Construction Spotlight: 487 Keap St.

In 1910, 487 Keap Street in the Williamsburg area of Brooklyn, NY was built. The prewar style, dilapidated factory building was on the verge of destruction when the property was purchased by the Chetrit Group. The original five story structure was an L shaped heavy timber and brick building.  There were several design and renovation challenges.  The […] Read More

Stone Panels Airport Construction Spotlight: Atlanta International Airport

When the architects behind the $1.4 billion Maynard H. Jackson Jr. International Terminal at the Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport began the design process, they were tasked with creating an open and airy look with subtle exterior and interior architectural curves to provide the feeling of flight. The exterior has a sweeping roofline, gentle metallic curves […] Read More