Serra Tile & Stone, Inc.
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WH270 (Woodside)

Private residence, Woodside
Designer: Bohlin Cywinksi Jackson

Vals Quartzite via Quarra Stone
Pietra de Cardoso via Bertozzi Felice (Italy)
Country: United States
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Vanity created from a solid piece of custom-quarried Pietra de Cardoso quartzite measuring 10 feet long and 9 inches thick, with hand-cut sinks and cleft face. (Private residence, Woodside)
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Shower in custom-quarried Vals quartzite tile with cleft finish. Rabbets were cut by hand to allow fixture escutcheons to sit evenly at the cleft surfaces. (Private residence, Woodside)
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Vanity in custom-quarried quartzite with honed finish. The countertop stone and backsplash stone were cut to custom thicknesses in order to achieve precisely aligned surfaces throughout the project. (Private residence, Woodside)
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Vanity in custom-quarried Pietra de Cardoso quartzite with honed finish. The countertop stone and backsplash stone were cut to custom thicknesses in order to achieve precisely aligned surfaces. (Private residence, Woodside)
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Tub area in custom-quarried Pietra de Cardoso and Vals quartzite with cleft and honed finishes. (Private residence, Woodside)
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Bathing area in custom-quarried Vals quartzite tile with cleft finish. The skylight shaft rises to 11 feet. (Private residence, Woodside)
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Vanity in custom-quarried quartzite with honed finish. The countertop stone and backsplash stone were cut to custom thicknesses in order to achieve precisely aligned surfaces throughout the project. (Private residence, Woodside)
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Vanity in custom-quarried quartzite with honed finish. The countertop stone and backsplash stone were cut to custom thicknesses in order to achieve precisely aligned surfaces throughout the project. (Private residence, Woodside)
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Work on this project included travel to the quarry in Switzerland to assist with material selection.
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Delivering the completed master vanity to the site. At ten feet long and 9 inches thick, this countertop weighed nearly 3,000 pounds!
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Delivering the completed master vanity to the site. At ten feet long and 9 inches thick, this countertop weighed nearly 3,000 pounds, requiring very careful handling!
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Delivering the completed master vanity to the site.
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To install the 3,000 pound master vanity, we coordinated with the general contractor to temporarily install a steel I-beam and crane pulley system.
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To install the 3,000 pound master vanity, we used a crane pulley system on a temporarily installed steel I-beam— and muscle power.
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