Three architectural projects with yellow marble
We have been involved in a multitude of architectural projects with yellow marble. Our most famous is called Yellow Triana.
Yellow marble can be used in different types of buildings such as hotels, singular structures, airports, malls, villas, churches, etc.
Throughout history, this material has been highly valued by architects, sculptors and interior designers for its high value as a luxury decorative element, its beauty, its ability to acquire polish and its suitability for aesthetic-artistic work.
Today we will show you three examples where we used this exotic marble: the JW Marriott Hotel in Shanghai, the Mandarin Oriental Hotel in Miami and the Torre Triana in Sevilla.
Yellow marble in the JW Marriott Hotel, Shanghai
The architect of this emblematic building was Richards Mixon of John Portman & Associates.
In 2003 TINO used the Yellow Parador and Yellow Triana marble for the flooring of the hotel’s interior. To see more go to the project page >
Yellow marble in the Mandarin Oriental, Miami
The architects of this famous building were RTKL Associates.
TINO used the Yellow Triana for the lining of all the bathrooms of the hotel. To see more go to the project page >
Yellow marble in the Torre Triana in Sevilla
The architect of this singular building was Javier Sáenz de Oiza and for this project, he was inspired by the Castel Sant’Angelo in the city of Rome.
TINO chose to use the Yellow Triana. The entire building is clad in this type of yellow marble that was named after the complex while it was built.
To see more go to the project page >
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