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A Few of KGB-Limited's Favorite Things

Perhaps one of the hallmarks of a great design firm is when they apply materials in a way that totally changes my perception. KGB-Limited in New York City has done just that by taking industrial, behind-the-scenes materials and working them with the careful hand of a French atelier. We have asked them for a list of five of their favorite materials and examples of how they use them in their work.

Making Opaque Materials Transparent

Grace Jeffers begs the question“What is solid surfacing?” John Busel at the American Composites Manufacturers Association, the trade organization that oversees such materials, offers up an answer, with descriptions and explanations of solid surfacing products, cast polymer and cast stone.

How Do We Love Marble?

Let me count the ways...
Cool, elegant, timeless and infinitely shapeable--this is why we love marble. But how much do we actually know about it? Let’s explore this most sophisticated stone.

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  • As I See It

    Debbie Designer isn’t low on opinions. And no one is safe against them. Beware, because she could be in a town by you - or coming to a town near you for that matter. Stay on your A game. Consider this our own little version of the design police…

  • Mind Over Matter

    Grace Jeffers' love affair with materials began at nine years old, when the other students used paper doilies to decorate their Valentine’s Day project, she shingled hers in laminate.

  • Inside Sources

    The I&S editors’ blog will chronicle our adventures through the world of design and provide a behind-the-scenes look into the creation of the products and projects that inspire us day in and day out.

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