Designers Select Building Products

Designers Select Building Products
Jan 08, 2012

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Designers Select Building Products_01 VeronicaZurita_gallery_12_2011.jpg Veronica Zurita, NCIDQ, IIDA, interior designer, VOA Associates, Orlando, Florida
Designers Select Building Products_02 InaxCollection_gallery_12_2011.jpg Stone Source: Visore by Inax "This tile is a faceted dimensional porcelain mosaic with a glossy pearlescent finish. We recently used it to create a focal shimmer wall in a retail space; love at first sight!" says Zurita.

Designers Select Building Products_03 EdwinBeltran_gallery_12_2011.jpg Edwin Beltran, senior associate at NBBJ in Seattle
Designers Select Building Products_04 Seagram_gallery_12_2011.jpg Cambridge Architectural: Channel "This architectural mesh is my go-to product when I need a strong and highly durable finish for environments exposed to wheelchair and cart traffic. I don't have to compromise visual interest and tactile delight, and the stainless steel and brass combination can turn any elevator into a showstopper," says Beltran.

Designers Select Building Products_05 Jennifer_Tuttle_gallery_12_2011.jpg Jennifer Tuttle, IIDA, director of interior architecture at HDR Architecture in Charlotte, North Carolina
Designers Select Building Products_06 ModularArts_gallery_12_2011.jpg Modular Arts: InterlockingRock in Dune "With construction budgets decreasing every year, it has become critical that designers find products that are versatile, cost effective, and LEED-friendly, yet have a powerful 'wow' factor. These decorative panels are all of the above," says Tuttle.

Designers Select Building Products_07 BenitaWelch_gallery_12_2011.jpg Benita Welch, AIA, principal at GKV Architects in New York.
Designers Select Building Products_08 Newmat_strecthed_ceiling_gallery_12_2011.jpg Newmat: Stretched Ceilings "When looking for a modern, clean, and elegant solution for lighting, I look to Newmat Stretched Ceiling Systems. When backlit, the PVC material has an ethereal glow, and the perforated versions offer better acoustical properties," says Welch.

Designers Select Building Products_09 Concrete_Gallery_12_2011 Concrete Collaborative: Solana Honed Concrete "The next-best alternative to poured concrete slab with minimal seaming, this comes in an endless array of colors, sizes, and thicknesses. Its 40 percent post-industrial recycled content paves the way to LEED points," says Whitman.

Designers Select Building Products_10 WhitmanClayton_gallery_12_2011.jpg Clay Whitman, interior designer at Callison in New York