Designing Veneers, Building Facades using Architectural Stone Products

 

Manufactured architectural stone provides a number of benefits for creating building veneers – flexibility with materials selection, consistency and more expanded range of design options, possibilities.


Veneers using Manufactured Stone – Advantage ONE, Flexibility with Materials Selection:

 

  • Dry-cast architectural stone provides flexibility in creating complex curved panels.
  • Whereas wet-cast precast concrete is able to provide strong structural properties along with a range of options for surface finishing.
  • Architectural GFRC (also known as light weight concrete) provides lighter weight thin building veneer that can integrate with brick veneer or other higher elevation applications where much less weight of stone can simplify the structure and installation requirements.

AAS has experienced team and manufacturing technology to select and combine materials as required while designing optimal solution for building veneers.

 

Higher Education Complex | Cast Stone as Primary Wall and Accent Material for Grand Foyer

Higher Education Complex | Veneer in the Grand Foyer using Architectural Cast Stone | CLICK on the IMAGE to Learn More About this Project …

 

Veneers using Manufactured Stone – Advantage TWO, Consistency:

 

Building veneers are critical to a design vision of any building. With the computerized color lab, and automated batch plant, AAS has ability to manufacture products with consistent color as well as structural properties for project of any size. AAS team is able to match products for a project even after number of years.

 

LA State Museum and Sports Hall of Fame | Cast Stone Realized Cane River Channels | Large Complex U-Shaped Stone Pieces | BIM Modelling | Trahan Architects | CASE STUDY ...

LA Sports Hall of Fame | Cast Stone Realized Cane River Channels | Trahan Architects | CASE STUDY >>

 

LA State Museum Sports Hall of Fame | Trahan Architects | Cast Stone Veneer Developed using Complex Shaped, Large Cast Stone Pieces Fitting within Stringent Tolerance Requirements | LEARN MORE About Design, Manufacturing Process...

LA State Museum Sports Hall of Fame | Trahan Architects | Cast Stone Veneer Developed using Complex Shaped, Large Cast Stone Pieces Fitting within Stringent Tolerance Requirements | LEARN MORE About Design, Manufacturing Process…

 

Texas State University | Building Veneer, Cladding using Architectural cast stone, architectural precast concrete

Texas State University | Building Veneer, Cladding using Architectural cast stone, architectural precast concrete | Complex Geometries along with Precise Tolerances Made Possible Because of Cutting Edge Materials, Manufacturing Technology | Morris Architects | C W Oates Masonry

 

Veneers using Manufactured Stone – Advantage THREE, Design Options:

 

Bring in your control samples from other products, or from buildings much older. Show your design renderings. AAS team will be able to match the color, finish and texture while also working with engineering team for meeting the structural requirements. AAS has experience in matching natural limestone, terracotta, or other traditional designs such as, for example Jeffersonian style, or Art Deco style veneers as well.

AAS has the right manufacturing set up, technology know how, and craftsmanship to create any kind of building veneer a designer might imagine.

 

USC Ronald Tutor Center - Combined Cast Stone, Architectural Precast, GFRC with Seamless Design Effect

USC Ronald Tutor Center – Combined Cast Stone, Architectural Precast, GFRC with Seamless Design Effect | AC Martin Partners Architects | R & R Masonry | SEE CASE STUDY …

 

USC Ronald Tutor Campus Center | Cantilevered Fountain, Stair Way using Architectural Precast

USC Ronald Tutor Campus Center | Wall Veneer, Cantilevered Fountain, Stair Way using Custom Architectural Precast Concrete Panels

 

Southern Methodist University - Caruth Hall - Building veneer, cladding using Architectural Cast Stone, Architectural GFRC

Southern Methodist University – Caruth Hall – Building veneer, cladding using Architectural Cast Stone, Architectural GFRC | Hahnfel Hoffer Stanford Architects | Dee Brown Masonry

 

UCF ROTC Classroom | Architectural Stone Veneer | Custom Design for 3-D Framing of the Unique Sculpture | PRODUCTS: Vibrant-tamp Dry Cast Stone, Wet-Precast Architectural Concrete

UCF ROTC Classroom | Architectural Stone Veneer | Custom Design for 3-D Framing of the Unique Sculpture | PRODUCTS: Vibrant-tamp Dry Cast Stone, Wet-Precast Architectural Concrete

 

AAS Project : ROTC Classroom at University of Central Florida | Architectural Stone Created Design of 3-Dimensional Frame for the Unique Sculpture

AAS Project : ROTC Classroom at University of Central Florida | Architectural Stone Created Design of 3-Dimensional Frame for the Unique Sculpture

 

Architectural GFRC Architectural Trim, Window Surrounds Integrating seamlessly with Brick Veneer

Architectural GFRC Architectural Trim, Window Surrounds Integrating seamlessly with Brick Veneer

 

Architectural GFRC Trim Accentuates All Windows and Doors Surrounds

PROJECT: Gilbert Christian High School | Architectural GFRC Trim Accentuates All Windows and Doors Surrounds | School Exterior Veneer Created Combining Brick Veneer, and Thin Custom Architectural GFRC Panels | CLICK on the IMAGE to See the Case Study

 

Architectural Cast Stone, GFRC Veneer, Cladding | Custom Colors | Custom Molds to Meet Design Needs

Architectural Cast Stone, GFRC Veneer, Cladding | Custom Colors | Custom Molds to Meet Design Needs

 

PROJECT: Hooser Residence | Product Materials Used: Architectural Cast stone, GFRC | Veneer, Architectural Trim, Quoins, Balusters, Entry Way

PROJECT: Hooser Residence | Product Materials Used: Architectural Cast stone, GFRC | Veneer, Architectural Trim, Quoins, Balusters, Entry Way