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Georgia MarbleTM – Pearl GreyTM

Marble | Quarried in Tate, GA, USA

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The thin, closely-packed and homogenous grain structure of this North American marble gives superior strength and resistance, which explains why it has been used for more than a century in indoor and outdoor architectural projects.

Its white, gray and black veins create interesting surface movement. GEORGIA MARBLETM – PEARL GREYTM comes from the same quarry as GEORGIA MARBLETM – WHITE CHEROKEE®.

Physical test results

Absorption by weight

ASTM C97

0.09%

0.09%

Density

ASTM C97

169.4lb/ft3

2 713.53kg/m3

Compressive strength

ASTM C170

9 505Psi

65.53MPa

Modulus of rupture

ASTM C99

1 374Psi

9.47MPa

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Finding the Balance Between Historic and Modern at Bistro L’Orygine

Finding the Balance Between Historic and Modern at Bistro L’Orygine

 

It’s more important than ever to help support your local businesses and restaurants. We're all looking forward to when we can dine out again but until then, choosing to support a local restaurant when possible will help them operate during hard times like these. In addition to new take out options for your favorite comfort food, some businesses are even adapting menus for upcoming holidays. One of the Polycor team's favorite spots to join together and break bread when visiting headquarters in Quebec City is Bistro L’Orygine and (if we have room) Kerrmess, its decadent dessert shop next door. Like other local establishments across the country, they too are offering take home options and have even created a take out Easter menu helping people feel a sense of comfort during the holiday. Given the rapidly changing pace of everything, check out their Facebook page to get the most up-to-date info.

Bistro L’Orygine is a stone’s throw from Place Royale in Old Quebec City, a UNESCO protected historic neighborhood, so it makes sense that there would be an element of heritage at this very modern eatery. The bistro is part of Groupe la Tanière, a well-known restaurant group in Quebec that has respect for nature and authenticity baked into its culinary philosophy, as well as into its ideas of decor. When the group opened this restaurant, they focused on local talent, using Quebec craftsmen for the design and local suppliers for their menu of creative organic dishes.

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A Charming Historic Home Restored With Classic American Marble

A Charming Historic Home Restored With Classic American Marble

Eva Amurri, the multi-faceted (entrepreneur, actress, and mom) lifestyle blogger behind Happily Eva After has garnered her engaged following due to her open approach of sharing her life. She’s shared details on her pregnancies, the challenges and triumphs of parenthood, and her family’s move from LA to Westport, Connecticut, for starters.

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Why Do Leading Firms Use American Marble? An Interview with MdeAS’ Architect Partner Dan Shannon

Why Do Leading Firms Use American Marble? An Interview with MdeAS’ Architect Partner Dan Shannon

 

Courtesy of MdeAS Architects

MdeAS is a prominent New York City based architecture firm that has created modern and progressive design solutions responsible for some of the most prestigious buildings in the Big Apple. A growing list of MdeAS NYC projects include the General Motors Building, 888 Seventh Avenue, 575 Fifth Avenue, 1221 Avenue of the Americas, and 1633 Broadway. The team is at the forefront of design firms who use American marble, which you can see in these commercial buildings that use classic, natural materials alongside modern steel and glass. These buildings reflect MdeAS' commitment to design and connect indoor and outdoor spaces. The visitor experience begins with a streetscape that transitions to the interior, a continuation of the modern design.

We spoke with partner Dan Shannon about the firm’s design, the visitor experience, and what he loves about stone.

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