Knowlton School of Architecture

The Knowlton School of Architecture, at Ohio State in Columbus, Ohio, represents a technological evolution in decorative marble cladding. Panels, ¾” thick, coupled with glass are used to create a signature façade for the design department.  Vermont Quarries worked alongside WSA Studio and Mack Scogin Merrill Elam Architects to reduce the typical thickness of exterior grade stone from 2 inches down to ¾”, proven to withstand both extreme heat and cold.  The result is a floating marble sheath that amplifies the school’s identity on campus.

Montclair Vein Cut

Featured Marble: Montclair Vein Cut

Montclair is available in both fleuri (cross-cut) or Striato (vein-cut). Montclair Striato is similar to the Italian Zembrino marble.

Greenish to gray veins typically running diagonally or horizontally as with the Striato. Medium to heavy veining often used for book matching in fleuri cut. A beautiful and cost effective choice for kitchen countertops.

Available in slabs 2cm, 3cm & 5cm as well as standard tiles from 12 x 12 up to 24 x 24.

Mountain White

Featured Marble: Mountain White

Gray diagonal veins. Medium to heavy veining. Very white background coming from the Brook Layer of the Danby Quarry.

Available in slabs 2cm, 3cm & 5cm as well as standard tiles from 12 x 12 up to 24 x 24.

Olympian White

Featured Marble: Olympian White

Gray, green with a touch of peach crystalline veins.  The wildest of all Danby grades with lots of movement throughout. Large crystals can appear.

Available in slabs 2cm, 3cm & 5cm as well as standard tiles from 12 x 12 up to 24 x 24.

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