Interpretation building and terracotta introduction

Interpretation building and terracotta introduction

Raw material adopted and production process of Terracotta panel is completely environmentally-friendly, even the waste material is recyclable. It features such function as sound absorption, heat insulation, shockproof, windproof, waterproof etc. With special formula and advanced firing process, terracotta panel can meet various requirements from architects by rich colors and natural texture.

An intelligential architecture needs to combine natural landscape and art. Otherwise, even if the appearance is grand, it is only a cold architecture. Elegant, simple, unsophisticated and novel terracotta panel reveals the art in the architecture in realistic way to fill it with artistic sense and anima.

The sharp metal plate and cold stone can no longer meet the requirements of the society in this times calling for nature, harmony and warmth. The terracotta panel is simple, unsophisticated but gorgeous, solemn and elegant, making architectures warm and harmonious. Placing ourselves in it, hearts can be cleared and mind can fly.

The achievement of great architectures requires vitality , humanistic care and harmony with nature. Natural materials are environmental with low-carbon. Mild color indicates elegance in common, contains connotation in simplicity and grace and exudes endless architecture vitality.

Terracotta panel has hard texture, neat and beautiful appearance, unique humanistic feelings and attraction from outside to inside. It is simple but grant, vigorous but restrained and couples hardness and softness, making architectures radiate human air of elegance and humbleness.

The roughness & delicateness and diamonds & lines are not limited by routine, don’t comply with commonness and combine individuality and characteristics. Terracotta panel demonstrates the beauty of architectural art with its unique glamour and manifests the height of architectural temperament with its generousness and smartness.

Glass and red-brown terracotta are the predominant facade materials of the new university building in Harvard. A special System with a lightly structured surface and rotational cross-section shape, produced as a special profile, lends the facade its character, and creates fascinating light and shade effects in sunlight.

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