Volume: 36 |  Issue: 6 |  Download

ON THE COVER

When the team at Holzman Moss Bottino Architecture in New York set out to design the new Pablo Center at the Confluence in Eau Claire, WI, they sought a local stone, Aqua Grantique hornblende/gneiss, for the building's exterior facade to reflect the natural and artistic beauty of the area. A little more than 25,000 square feet of the material was combined with "waves" of copper to create the striking design. To learn more about the stone and how it completes the design of the new performing arts center, turn to page 56 of this issue of Stone World.

Photo by Tom Kessler. Stone supplied by Krukowski Stone Company, Inc. in Mosinee, WI.