Luminescent Gravel

Feb 17, 2008No Comments

Luminescent-gravel safety flooring S. Lövenstein BV integrates luminescent particles within gravel floors in order to enhance the emergency-exit signage within a building. The particles can

Transparent Ceramics

Dec 04, 20071 Comment

Transparent high-strength oxide ceramics Translucent alumina ceramics have exhibited low mechanical properties and a low in-line transmission of unscattered light (less than fifteen percent) because


Nov 11, 2007No Comments

Architectural terra cotta facade panels and elements Today, masonry is used in building facades more often for its durability and weather protection than for its


Sep 06, 2007No Comments

Translucent silica aerogel Manufactured by Cabot Corporation via a patented process, Nanogel is a lightweight, nanoporous material that delivers unsurpassed thermal insulation and light transmission.

Ultra-Lite Stone

Aug 10, 2007No Comments

Honeycomb-reinforced lightweight stone panels Ultra-Lite Stone Panels combine the aerospace technology of aluminum honeycomb structures with the natural purity of granite, marble or limestone. Ultra-Lite

Photo-Cast Tiles

Jul 02, 2007No Comments

Photographic bas-relief ceramic tiles Photo-Form LLC is a tile studio which provides designers the ability to create bas-relief tiles from photographs. Utilizing its patent-pending Photo-Cast


Jun 13, 2007No Comments

Fine aggregate architectural wall coatings Surface offers a collection of five unique finishes which combine raw materials like silica, crystal and titanium flakes with quality


May 28, 2007No Comments

Spherical micro solar cells Sphelar is currently the most versatile photovoltaic (PV) technology in the market. Made from single crystalline silicon, it has the durability


Jan 08, 2007No Comments

Carrera marble pebbles embedded in cast resin Riverstone combines the beauty of Carrera marble with the transparency and uniformity of cast acrylic resin. Riverstone is

Imagine Tile

Dec 20, 2006No Comments

Digital image-fired ceramic tile Imagine Tile, Inc. can take any two-dimensional image and incorporate it into the glaze of an incredibly vivid, commercially-rated ceramic tile.