What are the design methods for stone walls?

Stone decoration mainly focuses on ground, wall, and column decoration, and among these three forms of decoration, wall decoration is the focus. Buildings are decorated with stone walls to add radiance and make them spectacular and beautiful. This article is a collection of pictures of stone wall decoration by the author for appreciation and collection by stone colleagues.

1. Seamless and flush installation

Seamless and flush installation on stone walls is the most common and common installation method. The so-called seamless and flush installation is a method of installing stone without leaving any seams, with the decorative surface of the stone on the same plane.

2. Seamed flush installation

Seam flush installation is opposite to seamless flush installation, where there is a gap of at least 1mm between the stone and the stone, and the size of the gap is determined by the design effect. The installation method of reserving joints on islands is commonly used for exterior wall stones. Many projects are installed for stone materials with seams and even surfaces. The installation of stone with gaps is not only for mechanical installation needs but also for environmental aesthetic decoration requirements. The seam can not only prevent thermal expansion from leading to the extrusion and collapse of the stone, but also increase the sense of emptiness and reality after the installation of the stone, and increase the beauty of the environmental art of the stone decoration. In this way, the installed stone has a better effect than the seamless installation, with a three-dimensional and deep effect.

3. Chicken Mouth Installation

The chicken beak installation adopts the installation method of grinding 5 * 5 inclined edges on the upper and lower plates. After installing the upper and lower plates with a 5 * 5 bevel edge, a 5 * 10 “V” shaped groove is formed, similar to a chicken beak.

4. Slotting+installation with visible edges

For wall panels, grooves larger than 5 * 10 can be polished or not. The author suggests not to polish the groove, as it is difficult to polish and the quality of the groove is poor, which affects the installation effect. In addition, the groove is not polished and presents a rough surface effect, but rather reflects the three-dimensional effect of the groove. Figures 25 to 32 show the installation method of the slot and visible edge.

5. “I-shaped” installation

The “I-shaped” installation of wall stone is more difficult than other installation techniques, but the decorative effect of the stone installation is better. Due to the fact that the longitudinal seams of the “I-shaped” installation are not aligned, the decorative effect of the wall presents a visual three-dimensional effect.

6. Convex convex installation

The concave-convex installation of stone walls is a unique installation method, where the stones appear staggered on the installation plane, showcasing a three-dimensional effect.

The design of stone walls is crucial in creating the overall effect. No matter which method is used, there are still many requirements for real construction. Otherwise, even if the design method is good, but the result is not good, it will still cause negative effects. Alright, besides the above design methods, what other ways do you know? Welcome to leave me a message.

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