Ibrido – Italian for hybrid – is Smartstone’s latest collection heroing beauty, aesthetics and revolutionary design. And as a pioneer of environmental care, Smartstone’s eco-samples are giving homeowners a taste of what is to come.
With the demand for low silica quartz bench tops on the rise, there’s no looking past the textural beauty and rich depth of Ibrido.
While searching for the ideal side table, Sydney-based creative, Kathy Arnold found that she struggled to find one that fit perfectly within her home.
The simple but elegant Edgar’s Creek House by Breathe Architecture connects with its unique landscape by way of a refined collaboration between the two.
When it comes to kitchen benchtop materials, we’ve got a lot of choice. How do you decide between engineered stone, natural stone or porcelain panels?
The tile and stone experts at Skheme are inviting you to a special end of year sale at their newly opened Sydney Stone Pavilion.
Reinventing the classic British bathroom, Claybrook recently released a collection of baths and basins that possess a timeless design style.
Foomann designs a modern update and extension to a mid-century gem in Melbourne.
From Joyce Wang Studio comes Flint – a bespoke collection of fine terrazzo furniture and objects, equally functional and beautiful.
In Ruchcutters Bay, Skheme has launched its all-new showroom, showcasing the latest and greatest in tile and stone.
It’s time to discover Rocks On – the Australasian company leading the way with innovative and inspiring hard surface solutions, who are offering you the chance to win a trip to Spain!
This fully immersive luxury hotel by Zowa Architects in the mountains of India dances between luxury and minimalism.
Channeling the natural charm of age worn stone, Dekton unveils the groundbreaking new Industrial collection.
As an Associate at Arent & Pyke, Genevieve Hromas knows a thing or two about outstanding residential kitchen design. Leanne Amodeo talks to her about bespoke fittings and fixtures and future trends.
Di Lorenzo’s latest porcelain collection is Stones & More 2.0 – a range inspired by the refined style of luxurious stones and marbles.
The relationship between nature and architecture is clear in this project by ONG&ONG. As well as a sense of natural tactility in the materials, the family home in Singapore has been designed around a ‘colossal’ pre-war Rain Tree that existed on the site.
The terrazzo stone experts at Fibonacci Stone has released a new series of stone colours for discerning tastes – and better yet, their entire range is now available with no delays
Fusing modernist and Colonial Spanish typologies, architect and resident Sacha Cotture has created a spacious dwelling that showcases a diverse and textural palette of local materials.
Piero Gesualdi’s career reflects a rich and adventurous imagination. And this, says Stephen Crafti, informs his remarkable make-over of an unprepossessing army drill hall into a home and a professional base.