Jade is the most high-end environmentally friendly home and building material in the stone market. Compared with other materials, it is not only a scarce and non-renewable resource. At the same time, its rich cultural connotation enhances the single aesthetic value of the stone. Natural beauty has formed its irreproducible and replaceable advantages, and its role has evolved from the initial sporadic support to a unique “star of tomorrow”.
In the early days, jade was mainly used for the decoration of furniture. The real mainstream market began in 2008, and it has become a hot product in the high-end building materials market in just a few years. The color and texture of jade determine that the application of pattern boards and light-transmitting boards will become a hot spot in the market this year. At the Xiamen Stone Booth in 2011, we saw that through the comprehensive application of composite panels, splicing technology, and LED light sources, jade cleverly demonstrated shocking plasticity, from tiger jade on the background wall of the pattern board to the light transmission of white jade. Cabinets made of panels, from the composite floor of ancient sapphire and tempered glass to the mosaic tabletops of different jade combinations, the jade’s dreamlike transparency and texture can be unreservedly displayed, and the light source can even pass through the plate up to five centimeters thick. Dazzling decorative effect. Although some products have not yet entered the substantive production stage, they have provided an important practical basis for the application of jade and have aroused the attention and interest of all parties.
It is not only the Chinese who have a tradition of loving jade. As early as a thousand years ago, jade has been widely used as a building material in the construction projects of many countries and has become an indelible mark in human history and civilization. Jade is not just material. , But a symbol of culture and taste. With the improvement of modern technology, jade has a wider range of applications in the field of modern architecture. Lingyun Jade is not only the world’s largest supplier of jade raw materials but also relies on monopolistic foreign mining resources, coupled with non-traditional innovative research and development concepts, it has rapidly grown into the most professional and competitive jade engineering expert. Strategic planning and channel construction, the current business has covered 35 countries and regions in Europe, America, Asia, the Middle East, Africa, and so on.