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Travertine Wall Clad
Architect Bernardo Urquieta chose Travertino Noce and designed strips as opposed to slabs for this beautiful wall. While he believes that strips can give the effect of lifting the facade, travertine’s porous texture adds light and the bush hammered finish emphasizes its rich and complex surface. Comments were made on this San Francisco project because people could not tell if the cladding material was a light wood versus a stone.
CoorItalia produced over 5,000 sqft of 3’ bush hammered long strips, as well as wall caps and window sills for this San Francisco project.
Builder: RJL Construction
Architect: Bernardo Urquieta Architects