DSF 101 - South Bay Quartzite® dimensional blocks featuring one natural cleft face help showcase the complete color range of the stone.
DSF 102 - South Bay Quartzite® dimensional blocks in both finished and natural cleft faces feature a warm color palette that both balances and compliments the bronze elements.
DSF 103 - South Bay Quartzite® dimensional grave markers in both buff/tan and weathered ice blue
DSF 104 - South Bay Quartzite® dimensional blocks support the entryway arch and provide a visual frame to the interior bronze sculpture.
DSF 105 - South Bay Quartzite® dimensional blocks in both seam and split faces with honed finish
DSF 106 - South Bay Quartzite® dimensional blocks featuring both sawn and natural cleft faces
DIMENSIONAL STONE FEATURE PROJECT No. 1
contrabands & FREEDMEN'S CEMETERY
This historically significant project pays homage to the forgotten burial place of approximately 1,800 freedmen who fled to Alexandria, Virginia to escape slavery during and shortly after the Civil War. A variety of South Bay Quartzite® sawn blocks featuring both finished and natural cleft faces were supplied for the memorial panel walls, statue base, and pier arch supports.
DSF 201 - South Bay Quartzite® and Corinthian Granite® planking showcasing the split faces of each stone respectively
DSF 202 - Custom fabricated South Bay Quartzite® columns and sawn feature stones are grounded by Corinthian Granite® water table stones and exterior paving.
DSF 203 - Corinthian Granite® dimensional risers, treads, pavers, and planking showcasing the split face of the stone with opposing grain angles
DSF 204 - Corinthian Granite® risers and treads cascade to a transitional landing area surrounded by a field of South Bay Quartzite® planking.
DSF 205 - PTSL's dramatic South Bay Quartzite®entryway Gothic arch and feature pieces blend seamlessly into the natural cleft dimensional building stone used throughout.
DSF 206 - Corinthian Granite® sawn water table and cap stones clad the perimeter foundation before transitioning to South Bay Quartzite® sills and building stone veneer.
PRINCETON, NEW JERSEY
Perhaps no other structure or project in our history showcases the entire breadth of our products and services like the Bicentennial Library at Princeton Theological Seminary. This 45,000 square foot renovation and 91,000 square foot addition feature both South Bay Quartzite® and Corinthian Granite® in a wide variety of quarried, sawn, and fully fabricated offerings. Included are custom blended building stones, plank flooring, exterior paving, Gothic arches, turned columns, feature stones, sills, counter tops, and water table stones. View the complete gallery here.
DIMENSIONAL STONE FEATURE PROJECT No. 2
PRINCETON THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY LIBRARY
DSF 301 - The same but different - Corinthian Granite® building stone with sawn top and bottom faces in several distinct course heights.
DSF 302 - The deep Hudson River Blue of our Corinthian Granite® is right at home amongst the scenic views of the Southern White Mountains.
DSF 303 - The natural cleft faces of our Corinthian Granite® lend shadow and texture while maintaining the overall linear aesthetic of the project.
DSF 304 - Corinthian Granite® seam and split faces are in play throughout this design
DSF 305 - The Libary structure mirrors closely the linear presentation of the stone work.
DSF 306 - The end result is truly striking both in terms of stone color and overall building design.
DIMENSIONAL STONE FEATURE PROJECT No. 3
SOUTHERN NEW HAMPSHIRE UNIVERSITY
MANCHESTER, NEW HAMPSHIRE
SNHU is New Hampshire's first carbon neutral university and the recently completed Shapiro Library & Learning Center features many sustainable design elements. Included is a custom sawn blend of Corinthian Granite® building stone veneer specified and supplied in a variety of defined widths, heights, and exposed faces. The end result is absolutely striking and perhaps one of the truest examples of the deep Hudson River Blue that remains the core of the Corinthian Granite® color palette. View the full gallery here.