Wall cladding is a type of decorative covering intended to make a wall look like it is made of a different sort of material than it actually is. Some of the most common examples are on the outside of buildings, but cladding can also be an artistic element in interior decorating. It’s usually non-structural, which means that it doesn’t impact the stability or integrity of a building’s architectural core. In most cases it’s designed to be permanent, and it may provide benefits like insulation and waterproofing. It can be made out of almost anything, but various metals, stones, and composite materials are the most common.
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Cladding is almost always intended to be stylistic rather than functional and is usually designed to help accent a particular feature or room. Though it could conceivably cover every surface in a house or building, it’s more common to find it in just one or two key areas. A single bathroom wall might be covered in wood paneling, for instance, which could give the illusion of depth and warmth, or a single corner or side of a office building might be layered with intricate stone work. The idea is usually to add interest and vibrancy without the expense of actually re-building a wall or partition. As such, the various materials and textures are usually affixed to the top of an existing structure.
After several hundred million years of exploitation, the stone deposits are hard and bright. Because its decorative effect is elegant and simple, it has no pollution to the environment, no radiation to the human body, and is widely developed in the horizontal joints and cracks on the isolated protuberance of the rock. Because of its wind erosion effect, it has a small base and a large mushroom shape, so it is called wind erosion mushroom. Especially in horizontally layered rocks, soft and hard rocks are more likely to develop into wind erosion mushrooms. The cause of the formation is: the main reason is that there is less sediment in the air from a certain height, and the erosion effect is weak, but the flow of sand near the ground is much more sand, and the abrasion is strong. Therefore, the lower erosion is becoming more and more small, thus forming mushroom stone. If the center of gravity of the rock at the top of the wind erosion mushroom is not consistent with the rock of the base, the upper rock is prone to fall down, and its falling rock mass is unstable on the ground. When the wind is blowing, it swings with the wind, called the wind rock or rocking stone.
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It is used for decoration and decoration of various buildings, such as hotels, hotels, villas and gardens.
The formation of many terrain in arid areas, such as the formation of mushroom stone and the erosion process of flowing water, is more common in the northern region, especially in the north. The formation of many terrain in arid areas such as the formation of mushroom stone and the erosion process of water is similar to that of people who have experienced wind and sand weather, especially in the north, this phenomenon is more common. Wind erosion mushrooms. "Air currents with large amounts of sand grains form sand dunes when the wind speed decreases. Sand dunes can bury villages, roads, pastures, and bring sand hazards. Succinctly, it is a mushroom like rock formed by wind erosion, and it is also called stone mushroom and wind mushroom.
Mushroom stone is named for its prominent decorative face like mushrooms, and also called its steamed bread stone. It is mainly used for decoration of facades such as walls, columns and so on, which is simple, thick and steady. The products are widely used in the exterior walls of public buildings, villas, courtyards, parks, swimming pools and hotels, and more adaptable to the exterior wall decoration of the European style buildings in the villa. Mushroom stone products will bring you a natural, elegant and natural environment.