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62 NATURAL STONE SHOW PREVIEW


Take a fresh look at stone and hard surfaces


As a cladding material, architectural detail, hard landscaping, interior, or even roofing material, stone has it all. Architects will be able to see for themselves at the Natural Stone Show, which is taking place in London’s ExCeL from 30 April to 2 May


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The Architects’ Day will feature a range of relevant expert presentations, hosted by international stone consultant Vince Marazita


To help the industry's professionals get a more complete and satisfying understanding of what can be a mind-boggling plethora of products and services on offer, the first day of the show is Architects’ Day


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N


othing makes an architectural statement quite like stone. Its solidity is a perfect counterpoint


to glass and steel, adding colour and shadow highlights. It is not by accident that so much stone can be seen on the world's most prestigious buildings. At the Natural Stone Show you will see stone in all its sustainable, hardwearing, resilient variety, from indigenous sandstones, limestones and slates to ornamental marbles, granites and semi- precious onyx from all over the world. For the first time this year, the Stone Show is co-locating with Hard Surfaces, because these days the stone industry has extended its repertoire with a variety of innovative, engineered products that have extended its pallet still further. These are


products from companies such as CRL Stone, Caesarstone, Quartzforms, Sapienstone, Ceramiche Keope, Ceramica Fondovalle, Pyro + Echo, Infinity, Stone Italiana, Porcelain Slabs, Nerostein, and many others.


As well as the exhibitors themselves, there is a feature highlighting 135 of the latest innovations curated by MaterialDistrict, which is a leading ‘match-making’ platform for ground- breaking materials. These are hard surfaces at the cutting edge which will inspire designers and fabricators.


There are also galleries of the award- winning projects in both the Natural Stone Awards and the Tile Awards to demonstrate just what can be achieved in natural and engineered stone.


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