1. Why do wealthy villas adopt all-stone facades?
2. Why do the masters still choose ancient stone materials for the renovation of building technology and building materials?
3. Why do the most emerging environmental architects love these natural stones when facing glass and stone?
The eight answers are clear:
1. Demonstrate identity. The thickness and history of the stone are reflected in every small pattern, just like the luxurious dress of a villa, it will make the building magnificent and extraordinary. The royal castles in the United Kingdom and the award-winning Berlin History Museum in Germany and other large-scale buildings that demonstrate national honors are all made of stone façades.
2. The quality is obvious. The all-stone paved villa has a simple facade, full of quality and beauty.
3. Simple maintenance. Many building materials have become worn out with the passage of time, requiring frequent cleaning and maintenance, but the maintenance cost is low and the maintenance is simple.
4. Time-honored. Natural stone is favored for its permanence. Even after decades, its appearance remains unchanged.
5. Heat preservation and heat insulation. Different from villas with “wearing” cheap paints, the all-stone facade has an air barrier between the external hanging layer and the wall, which also has a more significant effect on the heat insulation of the room.
6. Low carbon and environmental protection. The heating and cooling of the natural stone building require very little energy. The natural stone can absorb the heat emitted by the sun and can prevent the indoor temperature from rising too high.
7. Rugged and durable. The sturdiness and durability of stone are unmatched by other building materials. This is one of the reasons why almost all large-scale buildings of national nature will use stone.
8. Hundred years of inheritance. In the era of rapid industrial copying of residential products, all stone is like a luxurious dress that can withstand the test of time, which will always maintain classic beauty.