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Everyone struggles with some unsightly detail that seems to disrupt the otherwise perfect harmony. We are here to give you inspiration and courage to start fighting these four usual scarecrows effectively. How to cover …
As winter envelops us in its overcast blanket and fireside hearths glow from misted windows, it’s time to wind down and take things at a slower pace. 2020 has been an unusual year, full of …
Let’s be grateful for the seasons we have in our climes, because each season is unique in experience and brings quite a different range of ways to perceive and use it. Some people feel slightly …
The year is drawing to a close and Christmas is right around the corner. This Christmas, add a personal touch to your gifts by finding treasures that complement interiors. Fit each home décor piece to …
In the last episode you probably read the story of Anna and her husband, who decided at the right time to engage the services of an interior designer and in retrospect considered it the best …
The roof apartment of architect Kristen in the center of Brno offers an open space without fixed partitions and large glass walls.
How better can an architect express his ideas about ideal living than when realizing his own home? When designing his own apartment in the center of Brno, architect Michal Kristen excelled with details and applied …
Why stone for design?
Stone has been used in interior design since time immemorial for its countless advantages. Architects and designers love its natural form as well as its modern revitalization as a design material including the inexhaustible number of color variations that have found inspiration in nature and the latest trends. Its users appreciate the high resistance to scratches, bacteria and stains. Engineered stone is not harmful to health, does not have contamination problems when in contact with food and is easy to maintain. Therefore, it is most often used in the form of kitchen countertops, but also bathroom countertops, tiles, counters, paving and other interior elements.
TechniStone® a Czech product
TechniStone® is a material made by people for people – it contains more than 90% of natural components (granite, quartz, glass, mirrors), quality binder (polyester resin) and color pigments for unusual shades of products. Our goal is to produce quality material that meets the demands of modern times. We aspire to be in harmony with nature and take only as much as is necessary from it without disrupting its formation and at the same time try to preserve its resources. We also take into account other factors that have an impact on the quality of the environment. Discover the magic of sustainability in your home or projects @TechniStone® materials.
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