A MARBLE FACADE WITH THE LOOK OF A CURTAIN
The 350 individual elements can be produced and mounted on the natural stone wall more economically than other materials “Corrugated stone facade” is a new term in natural stone architecture that is worth remembering.
It was coined by Raffaello Galiotto, industrial designer and creator of the stone, in Italian “Rivestimento lapideo ondulato”.
The first example of this type of ventilated facade can be found at Margraf's new logistics center in Gambellara, not far from Verona. "Ripple" is the name of the wall.
In reality, Galiotto is also guided by the material. One of the goals of your project is to produce as little waste as possible.Almost like a preacher, he repeatedly demands that the stone industry and architects treat the material, which is millions of years old, with respect.
Posted by: Carlos Duarte (Production Manager)