Swedish Issaquah Campus interior and exterior reveals two distinct limestone applications. Enlist HDG stone expert, Erik Nelson, for your next project.
Buzon pedestals give designers more capability to design better spaces: a patented slope correction system, spacer tabs and shims to accommodate varying thickness in decking materials, and the ability to hide electrical, plumbing, and irrigation services beneath the decking surface. The Kimpton Sawyer Boutique Hotel showcases all of these design capabilities.
The Riverview Project at Willamette View Continuing Care Retirement Community (CCRC) uses Resysta Hollow Core Profiles in Construction of Vertical and Horizontal Applications for Privacy, Fencing, and Rain Screen.
Contrast adds visual appeal to design. Contrast can be achieved by varying color, texture, size, and shape of stone in building and landscape design.
The Charles Korrick Fountain and Water Features at Phoenix CityScape Makes Extensive Use of Butterfly Black Basalt and Gobi Tan Granite in Many Finishes. HDG resident stone expert, Erik Nelson, helps architects and landscape and building professionals navigate stone and finishes selection.
Hospital building entrance shows the versatility of natural stone. HDG Building Materials is a collaborative resource to architects and builders for stone bollards, pavers, cladding and more. Enlist the help of HDG resident stone expert, Erik Nelson, for your next interior or exterior project.
The Lucile Packard Children's Hospital expansion included extensive gardens and outdoor spaces for healing. HDG Building Materials supplied Buzon pedestals and porcelain pavers.
Buzon BC Series pedestals and concrete pavers in rooftop application with level surface, slope to drain design and services hidden below decking surface.
"Tahku" Humpback Whale Statue in Juneau, Alaska is a life-scale, 6-ton, 25-foot-tall breaching humpback whale. HDG Butterfly Blue granite is used throughout the project in the wier surround, water-feature infinity pool, and cladding.
The Street Seats design challenge invited participants to reimagine the public bench. Entries were submitted from around the world. There were 200+ entries from 24 countries on 6 continents and from 22 U.S. states. Kyle and Alyssa Trulen's team entry (A Quiet Place to Sit and Rest) was selected as the Grand Prize winner. The project featured thermally modified ash and pine from HDG Building Materials and vendor partner Thermory USA.