Artificial stone finish made from architectural concrete
During finishing works architectural concrete saves space, as the thickness of the applied layer and its weight is considerably lower than those of natural stone. Concrete objects don’t require the usage of specialized tools and don’t entail the longish process of matching elements. Nevertheless they are as solid as rock and visually they look as similar as possible to natural stones. All the above mentioned characteristics allow using architectural concrete for:
- wall, floor and ceiling decoration;
- caves and grottoes construction;
- swimming pool decoration;
- making stairs and apertures of doors and windows;
- fireplace, fountain and other buildings decoration;
- finishing halls, lobbies, offices, wine cellars, salt rooms and study rooms.
Archway with “wild stone” finish resembles entrance to the cave. Wild stones are made from architectural concrete.
Large stones can also be used in finishing:
- Apertures of doors;
- Stair flights.
The floor can be covered with smooth, fine pebble, making an allusion to other architectural elements of the interior design.
Interior stone design can be created by the most minor architectural elements like bar counters with marble facing, shelves and podiums, that acquire fancy lines after stone finishing.
Whether it is a wall in a study room or a bar counter, any area of the house can be transformed into luxurious and fashionable location by means of architectural concrete finish.