How Travertine was used in the Getty Museum
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What makes the use of travertine at the Getty Center so unique in the world history of architecture?

 

Is it because of the huge quantity required (1.2 million square feet)? Or because of its particular rough textured finish? What is the incredible system invented by the architect to place the travertine panels around the Center? 

 

Click here if you want to discover more about this project and one of the most famous travertine structure ever built.  

 

CoorItalia Architectural Elements Division has a passion for travertine. Direct from Old-World suppliers, we build quality custom stone pieces that will beautify your home. There is a reason that dozens of high-end home designers and landscape specialists turn to CoorItalia to produce custom staircases, fireplaces, and flooring. From detailed design blueprints to workshop construction to master artisans finishing the decorative elements, we pay attention to detail every step of the way. 
 

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