The outer wall of Quanzhou Hotel uses ceramic panels
Recently, the Quanzhou Hotel, located in the core business district of Quanzhou, the “Cultural Capital of East Asia”, successfully completed the renovation of the facade. The exterior wall of the renovated Quanzhou hotel is made of ceramic panels. The ceramic panel is a bright color, which perfectly shows the color of the building in Quanzhou, which is mainly composed of brick red. The contrast between red and white color is strong, which forms the characteristics of Minnan which is “bricked into the stone”, reflecting the warm and lively life of Quanzhou Hotel. The architectural effect of the hotel also allows the Quanzhou Hotel to blend into the traditional Quanzhou neighborhoods such as Zhongshan Street, East Street and West Street, so that the guests and guests who come and go can fully experience the ancient charm of Quanzhou.
It is understood that Quanzhou is the starting point of the Maritime Silk Road. Due to the multicultural collision and accumulation brought by maritime trade, Quanzhou has formed a unique urban style and local architectural style. The Quanzhou Hotel continues the distinctive traditional architecture of Minnan, with a beautiful shape. The exterior wall is seamlessly connected with ceramic panels, which is patchwork and distinctive.
It is reported that the ceramic panel has the functions of temperature insulation, moisture and noise reduction, anti-vibration and anti-corrosion, and self-cleaning of the rain screen. The self-cleaning function of the ceramic panel rain screen can not only make the colorful ceramic panels last for a long time, but also facilitate the processing and maintenance. The ceramic panel is made of clay, which is non-polluting and non-emission during firing, and is very environmentally friendly. The color of the ceramic panel is made by mixing the clay with different minerals and then quenching it. There are hundreds of colors to choose from. The use of colorful ceramic panels as the finishing touch of the building highlights the modernity and presence of the building.