Carlo Mariotti, an Italian stone artisan whose travertine graces many of the world's most recognizable buildings, including Getty Center ...
TIVOLI, Italy — Although most people think of ancient Rome as a blindingly white tribute to marble, much of the stone used for Roman buildings was, in fact, travertine.
It has been a monumental task, accomplished in less than two years.
The building is scheduled to open to the public before the end of 2018.
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