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Junya Ishigama on the cover of the October 2019 issue of Azure Magazine. The Innovators Issue.
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October 2019

The Innovators Issue: Junya Ishigama's genre-busting architecture, Sidewalk Labs and the future of the city, and more!

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Myddleton by Cambria

Rich, brushstroke-like streaks of white lend drama and depth to this natural quartz surface, part of the Luxury Series Marble Collection by Cambria. Offered in either a high-gloss or matte finish, the characterful product is non-porous and non-absorbent, doesn’t need to be sealed or polished and is largely maintenance-free. Its neutral tone makes it an ideal backdrop for any number of settings: The material can be used on walls, floors, countertops and more.  cambriausa.com

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Brooklyn by Cosentino

One of two patterns in the recently introduced Silestone Loft Series range of natural quartz surfaces, Brooklyn is a deep grey with shadowy effects that straddles the line between industrial and rustic. The material is impact-, stain- and scratch-resistant, is low-liquid absorbent and features the brand’s new Raw texture, which takes on the tactile quality of concrete. Available in a variety of format sizes and thicknesses, it’s suitable for such diverse projects as countertops, walls, floors and furniture.  cosentino.com

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Yorkville by Hanstone

Part of the Boutique collection, this solid quartz surface features soft grey veining highlighted by a creamy white base. The series – which includes Yorkville and six other patterns, all of which mimic the look of Statuario marble – is offered in a standard format as well as a jumbo slab measuring 164 by 329 centimetres.  hanstone.ca

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5810 Black Tempal by Caesarstone

Adding to Caesarstone’s collection of nature-inspired quartz surfaces, 5810 Black Tempal features a charcoal-black background detailed by organic strokes of soft white, like geological strata formations. The series has a rough finish while still maintaining its non-porous and heat-resistant qualities; it’s available in standard 305-by-144-centimetre slabs with three thicknesses: 13, 20 and 30 millimetres (custom sizing and large-scale slabs are also offered). Application options include kitchen islands and worktops, wall panelling and bathroom vanities.  caesarstone.ca

4 Stunning Engineered Quartz Options

Providing enhanced durability for kitchens, bathrooms and beyond, today’s engineered quartz surfacing also exudes sophisticated style

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