Cladding using Manufactured Architectural Stone Products: Projects Gallery
PROJECT SPECIFIC MANUFACTURING FOR ARCHITECTURAL STONE CLADDING
Architectural stone cladding protects the buildings from elements, and also creates desired design appeal. Advanced Architectural Stone (AAS) provides:
- Guidance with products selection: Customers have flexibility to combine the manufactured stone products as required for the optimum design.
- Consistent product quality and unmatched manufacturing support with its fully automated Batch Plant and computerized color lab.
Old Parkland West: Architectural Stone Cladding Created Unified Design Accent
This phase of the development of the Old Parkland West project included eight buildings clustered in this business park. Architect for the project envisioned Jeffersonian design accent for all of the buildings. The manufactured stone cladding, columns, cornices, copings with consistent color and finish combined with precise design and engineering of different stone pieces paved the way for success of this project.
This project won 2016 APA Award of Excellence for Design and Manufacturing. LEARN MORE about this project >>
The other buildings in the campus used natural stone. AAS team worked closely with the design team, and proposed cladding solution using architectural cast stone (both dry and wet cast depending up on the structural, support needs in different places).
The cladding matched the natural stone color of other buildings very precisely, and made this Cook Hospital project fit within the budget.
The manufactured architectural stone cladding matched the Jeffersonian style design used by other building in the Old Park Land.
AAS team designed custom molds, leveraged materials experience to create the desired design effect precisely in this TRT Holding Headquarters building project.
Learn more about AAS support system to guide customers through project planning, project specific manufacturing and delivery sequencing, onsite installation.
Cladding created uniform design effect using precisely matched architectural cast stone for architectural trims around windows, stone veneer on the high elevation breeze way, wall coping the campus, and also columns at the new TCU Worth Hills campus.
Mr. Tutor had vision to develop the new center as a cultural hub of the campus. For that it was critical that building would blend in nicely with the rest of the campus that is 50-60 years old.
AAS selected the stone products, combined them as required in designing the architectural stone cladding and veneers for the building. The project used dry cast stone, wet precast architectural stone as well as Architectural GFRC (Glass Fiber Reinforced Concrete).
The veneer at the first floor level of the building is created using custom manufactured architectural stone.
The scope of decorative stone included architectural trim, balustrade system, columns, stone cladding at the top of building all around, stairs and wall coping.
The cladding for this building uses highly ornate signature grapevine leaf design that is used on trim all around the building.
All the manufactured stone pieces are designed using custom molds.