Stereotomy, an age-old stone cutting technique, has been off our radars since the early 20th century. It has been gradually resurfacing since the early 1990s. This formerly manual tradition is undergoing a contemporary revival, buoyed by recent research combining the natural material with a digital design and production process.
An article by Cécile Brunengo.
Read the full article in AA’s Issue 417, March 2017.