The Kodak Theatre is clad in Giallo Dorato
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Oscars Night And the Winner is...
Giallo Dorato


Sunday night all the Stars of Hollywood will be entering a piece of Vicenza, a town made famous by artisans and Palladio just to the east of Venice. The Kodak Theatre, where each year the Academy Awards are hosted, is clad in 20,000 square feet of Giallo Dorato,  a golden sedimentary limestone with rich tones and micro inclusions.

This stone is perfect for cladding and is used all over the world for both internal and external work. It is quarried inside a few mountains near Vicenza and CooItalia was lucky enough to visit one of the quarries. The story of the stone, and its uses is described in this Blog Entry.

CoorItalia Architectural Elements Division has a passion for limestone. 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 all details every step of the way. 
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Oscars Night And the Winner is...
Giallo Dorato


Sunday night all the Stars of Hollywood will be entering a piece of Vicenza, a town made famous by artisans and Palladio just to the east of Venice. The Kodak Theatre, where each year the Academy Awards are hosted, is clad in 20,000 square feet of Giallo Dorato,  a golden sedimentary limestone with rich tones and micro inclusions.

This stone is perfect for cladding and is used all over the world for both internal and external work. It is quarried inside a few mountains near Vicenza and CooItalia was lucky enough to visit one of the quarries. The story of the stone, and its uses is described in this Blog Entry.

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