Sho Shaun Hergatt Restaurant
New York, NY
2010 Honor Award Winner

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Terrazzo Contractor
D. Magnan & Co., Inc.
Mt. Vernon, NY

The terrazzo installation employed at the Setai Club was one deserving special attention to match a small piece of rock that was treasured by the design firm in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Critical sizes and colors were of the utmost importance to the design team; their final selection would prove to have no less than eight various aggregates from sizes #00, #0 and #1. The membrane had to be tinted to match the epoxy resin in the finished floor to ensure that the color was uniform should you be able to see through the clear divider strips and see the membrane. The floor was poured within 1/32″ higher than the wood to prevent too much grinding of the wood. Because a large percentage of the design mix was extremely hard quartz, special diamonds needed to be made to grind the material in a cost effective manner. Two types of water based acrylic sealers were blended to give the designers the matte look they were seeking. The finished product introduced elements from the wild jungle the designers wanted.


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Architect
Avinash K. Malhotra
New York, New York

Designer
Denniston Int’l Architects & Planners
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

General Contractor
Laval Construction Corp.
New York, New York

Owner
40 Broad Street Commercial, LLC
New York, New York

Resin/Cement Supplier
Terrazzo & Marble Supply Company
Wheeling, Illinois

Chip Supplier
Terrazzo & Marble Supply Company
Wheeling, Illinois

Chip Producer
Cactus Canyon Quarries
Marble Falls, Texas

Chip Producer
Texas Architectural Aggregates
San Saba, Texas

Divider Strip Supplier
National Metal Shapes
Delaware, Ohio