Factories are such magical places…and it takes a good eye, perfect timing and great light to capture unique moments not everyone gets to see. Our intern, Michael (#IceMike) documented his travels around our Brooklyn Navy Yard facility during his short tenure here and his takeover of our Instagram account.  He was able to shoot some great photos of our raw materials and the process of bringing IceStone to life. We wish Mike the best as he heads off to college, and we invite him to come back anytime!
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Factories are such magical places…and it takes a good eye, perfect timing and great light to capture unique moments not everyone gets to see. Our intern, Michael (#IceMike) documented his travels around our Brooklyn Navy Yard facility during his short tenure here and his takeover of our Instagram account.  He was able to shoot some great photos of our raw materials and the process of bringing IceStone to life. We wish Mike the best as he heads off to college, and we invite him to come back anytime!
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Factories are such magical places…and it takes a good eye, perfect timing and great light to capture unique moments not everyone gets to see. Our intern, Michael (#IceMike) documented his travels around our Brooklyn Navy Yard facility during his short tenure here and his takeover of our Instagram account.  He was able to shoot some great photos of our raw materials and the process of bringing IceStone to life. We wish Mike the best as he heads off to college, and we invite him to come back anytime!
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Factories are such magical places…and it takes a good eye, perfect timing and great light to capture unique moments not everyone gets to see. Our intern, Michael (#IceMike) documented his travels around our Brooklyn Navy Yard facility during his short tenure here and his takeover of our Instagram account.  He was able to shoot some great photos of our raw materials and the process of bringing IceStone to life. We wish Mike the best as he heads off to college, and we invite him to come back anytime!
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Factories are such magical places…and it takes a good eye, perfect timing and great light to capture unique moments not everyone gets to see. Our intern, Michael (#IceMike) documented his travels around our Brooklyn Navy Yard facility during his short tenure here and his takeover of our Instagram account.  He was able to shoot some great photos of our raw materials and the process of bringing IceStone to life. We wish Mike the best as he heads off to college, and we invite him to come back anytime!
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Factories are such magical places…and it takes a good eye, perfect timing and great light to capture unique moments not everyone gets to see. Our intern, Michael (#IceMike) documented his travels around our Brooklyn Navy Yard facility during his short tenure here and his takeover of our Instagram account.  He was able to shoot some great photos of our raw materials and the process of bringing IceStone to life. We wish Mike the best as he heads off to college, and we invite him to come back anytime!

Last week, IceStone participated in an interactive panel conversation entitled “Created In Brooklyn,” at the Central Branch of the Brooklyn Public Library. Part of a series, the discussions were curated by local photographer Randy Duchaine, and focused on makers in the borough and how they help make Brooklyn extraordinary. We were joined by a rep from our Navy Yard neighbor, Brooklyn Grange, as well as an artist (Susan Woods) and a violin-maker, Samuel Zygmuntowicz. The well-attended program featured beautiful photographs by Randy, a Q&A session, and a bit of networking afterward. Upon leaving, we caught the tail end of lively swing dancing on the plaza, complete with a jazz band! #GottaLoveBrooklyn
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Last week, IceStone participated in an interactive panel conversation entitled “Created In Brooklyn,” at the Central Branch of the Brooklyn Public Library. Part of a series, the discussions were curated by local photographer Randy Duchaine, and focused on makers in the borough and how they help make Brooklyn extraordinary. We were joined by a rep from our Navy Yard neighbor, Brooklyn Grange, as well as an artist (Susan Woods) and a violin-maker, Samuel Zygmuntowicz. The well-attended program featured beautiful photographs by Randy, a Q&A session, and a bit of networking afterward. Upon leaving, we caught the tail end of lively swing dancing on the plaza, complete with a jazz band! #GottaLoveBrooklyn
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Last week, IceStone participated in an interactive panel conversation entitled “Created In Brooklyn,” at the Central Branch of the Brooklyn Public Library. Part of a series, the discussions were curated by local photographer Randy Duchaine, and focused on makers in the borough and how they help make Brooklyn extraordinary. We were joined by a rep from our Navy Yard neighbor, Brooklyn Grange, as well as an artist (Susan Woods) and a violin-maker, Samuel Zygmuntowicz. The well-attended program featured beautiful photographs by Randy, a Q&A session, and a bit of networking afterward. Upon leaving, we caught the tail end of lively swing dancing on the plaza, complete with a jazz band! #GottaLoveBrooklyn
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Last week, IceStone participated in an interactive panel conversation entitled “Created In Brooklyn,” at the Central Branch of the Brooklyn Public Library. Part of a series, the discussions were curated by local photographer Randy Duchaine, and focused on makers in the borough and how they help make Brooklyn extraordinary. We were joined by a rep from our Navy Yard neighbor, Brooklyn Grange, as well as an artist (Susan Woods) and a violin-maker, Samuel Zygmuntowicz. The well-attended program featured beautiful photographs by Randy, a Q&A session, and a bit of networking afterward. Upon leaving, we caught the tail end of lively swing dancing on the plaza, complete with a jazz band! #GottaLoveBrooklyn
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Last week, IceStone participated in an interactive panel conversation entitled “Created In Brooklyn,” at the Central Branch of the Brooklyn Public Library. Part of a series, the discussions were curated by local photographer Randy Duchaine, and focused on makers in the borough and how they help make Brooklyn extraordinary. We were joined by a rep from our Navy Yard neighbor, Brooklyn Grange, as well as an artist (Susan Woods) and a violin-maker, Samuel Zygmuntowicz. The well-attended program featured beautiful photographs by Randy, a Q&A session, and a bit of networking afterward. Upon leaving, we caught the tail end of lively swing dancing on the plaza, complete with a jazz band! #GottaLoveBrooklyn
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Last week, IceStone participated in an interactive panel conversation entitled “Created In Brooklyn,” at the Central Branch of the Brooklyn Public Library. Part of a series, the discussions were curated by local photographer Randy Duchaine, and focused on makers in the borough and how they help make Brooklyn extraordinary. We were joined by a rep from our Navy Yard neighbor, Brooklyn Grange, as well as an artist (Susan Woods) and a violin-maker, Samuel Zygmuntowicz. The well-attended program featured beautiful photographs by Randy, a Q&A session, and a bit of networking afterward. Upon leaving, we caught the tail end of lively swing dancing on the plaza, complete with a jazz band! #GottaLoveBrooklyn

Disclosure and transparency in the context of ingredients and product materials in the green construction industry is important; there’s a push for product declarations so everyone’s on the same page. We’ll be part of a discussion panel with other experts next week at a Made In NYC event; if you’re local, please register and attend this free happening at Pratt Manhattan, Tue., July 15, 6-8pm. Click here to RSVP for tickets. 

Disclosure and transparency in the context of ingredients and product materials in the green construction industry is important; there’s a push for product declarations so everyone’s on the same page. We’ll be part of a discussion panel with other experts next week at a Made In NYC event; if you’re local, please register and attend this free happening at Pratt Manhattan, Tue., July 15, 6-8pm. Click here to RSVP for tickets. 

We’re excited to participate in a panel next week at FlavorPill NYC headquarters: Building Meaningful Workplace Cultures. Along with representatives from B-Corp companies such as Etsy, Susty Party and Red Rabbit, we’ll explore how sustainable companies empower employees and create cultures of purpose! Thu., July 10, 7-9pm, FREE. http://flavorpill.com/events/icestone-panel

We’re excited to participate in a panel next week at FlavorPill NYC headquarters: Building Meaningful Workplace Cultures. Along with representatives from B-Corp companies such as Etsy, Susty Party and Red Rabbit, we’ll explore how sustainable companies empower employees and create cultures of purpose! Thu., July 10, 7-9pm, FREE. http://flavorpill.com/events/icestone-panel

A-I-R Joseph
Here at IceStone, we have a few creative tenants leasing studio space (artists-in-residence) in our light-filled factory at the Brooklyn Navy Yard. One artist, Joseph Pang, is prepping for his first solo gallery show of the year, debuting June 25 at John Molloy Gallery in Manhattan. Joseph works in mixed media, creating colorful collages of oil, acrylic, fabric, paper and Tyvek on canvas, and from his “Willets Point Series,” 15 canvases will be on display at the gallery through Aug. 2.
www.jopang.com
www.johnmolloygallery.com
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A-I-R Joseph
Here at IceStone, we have a few creative tenants leasing studio space (artists-in-residence) in our light-filled factory at the Brooklyn Navy Yard. One artist, Joseph Pang, is prepping for his first solo gallery show of the year, debuting June 25 at John Molloy Gallery in Manhattan. Joseph works in mixed media, creating colorful collages of oil, acrylic, fabric, paper and Tyvek on canvas, and from his “Willets Point Series,” 15 canvases will be on display at the gallery through Aug. 2.
www.jopang.com
www.johnmolloygallery.com
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A-I-R Joseph
Here at IceStone, we have a few creative tenants leasing studio space (artists-in-residence) in our light-filled factory at the Brooklyn Navy Yard. One artist, Joseph Pang, is prepping for his first solo gallery show of the year, debuting June 25 at John Molloy Gallery in Manhattan. Joseph works in mixed media, creating colorful collages of oil, acrylic, fabric, paper and Tyvek on canvas, and from his “Willets Point Series,” 15 canvases will be on display at the gallery through Aug. 2.
www.jopang.com
www.johnmolloygallery.com
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A-I-R Joseph
Here at IceStone, we have a few creative tenants leasing studio space (artists-in-residence) in our light-filled factory at the Brooklyn Navy Yard. One artist, Joseph Pang, is prepping for his first solo gallery show of the year, debuting June 25 at John Molloy Gallery in Manhattan. Joseph works in mixed media, creating colorful collages of oil, acrylic, fabric, paper and Tyvek on canvas, and from his “Willets Point Series,” 15 canvases will be on display at the gallery through Aug. 2.
www.jopang.com
www.johnmolloygallery.com
Zoom Info

A-I-R Joseph

Here at IceStone, we have a few creative tenants leasing studio space (artists-in-residence) in our light-filled factory at the Brooklyn Navy Yard. One artist, Joseph Pang, is prepping for his first solo gallery show of the year, debuting June 25 at John Molloy Gallery in Manhattan. Joseph works in mixed media, creating colorful collages of oil, acrylic, fabric, paper and Tyvek on canvas, and from his “Willets Point Series,” 15 canvases will be on display at the gallery through Aug. 2.

www.jopang.com

www.johnmolloygallery.com

Last week, we welcomed members of the Brooklyn chapter of AIA (American Institute of Architects), who toured our factory in the Brooklyn Navy Yards. During their visit, the group got a behind-the-scenes look into the IceStone manufacturing process, as well as a sneak peek at new colorways! 
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Last week, we welcomed members of the Brooklyn chapter of AIA (American Institute of Architects), who toured our factory in the Brooklyn Navy Yards. During their visit, the group got a behind-the-scenes look into the IceStone manufacturing process, as well as a sneak peek at new colorways! 
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Last week, we welcomed members of the Brooklyn chapter of AIA (American Institute of Architects), who toured our factory in the Brooklyn Navy Yards. During their visit, the group got a behind-the-scenes look into the IceStone manufacturing process, as well as a sneak peek at new colorways! 
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Last week, we welcomed members of the Brooklyn chapter of AIA (American Institute of Architects), who toured our factory in the Brooklyn Navy Yards. During their visit, the group got a behind-the-scenes look into the IceStone manufacturing process, as well as a sneak peek at new colorways! 

IceStone was featured in the Materials Pavilion at NeoCon2014 this week in Chicago, along with dozens of other premiere surfacing samples, on display for designers and fabricators. We can’t wait until the show comes East to Baltimore this fall!
(photo from Interiors & Sources) 

IceStone was featured in the Materials Pavilion at NeoCon2014 this week in Chicago, along with dozens of other premiere surfacing samples, on display for designers and fabricators. We can’t wait until the show comes East to Baltimore this fall!

(photo from Interiors & Sources

Our CEO Dal knows the power of a pose, and he captured these two at last week’s roundtable event at Bloomberg TV! Mike Bloomberg and Stephanie Ruhle hung out in the green room with Dal before the show, and now, they’ll go down in #Selfie history!
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Our CEO Dal knows the power of a pose, and he captured these two at last week’s roundtable event at Bloomberg TV! Mike Bloomberg and Stephanie Ruhle hung out in the green room with Dal before the show, and now, they’ll go down in #Selfie history!
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Our CEO Dal knows the power of a pose, and he captured these two at last week’s roundtable event at Bloomberg TV! Mike Bloomberg and Stephanie Ruhle hung out in the green room with Dal before the show, and now, they’ll go down in #Selfie history!