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The Vorle by Kraftech Stone is a Perfect Blend of Art and Science

The sci-fi looking installation, The Vorle by Kraftech Stone Designs remains to be a serene concoction between science and art.

The sci-fi looking installation, The Vorle by Kraftech Stone Designs remains to be a serene concoction between science and art. Pragmatically speaking, Vorle is an outcome of the mechanism of 5x strokes with terrestrial sedimentary rock. Hybridized by Alicante and Sinai Marble.

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