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Innovative Facade Cladding With Antique Stainless Steel

Views: 231 Author: Grand Metal Publish Time: Origin: www.grandstainless.com

 

We all know that the metal materials used for building facades include stainless steel, aluminum, iron, etc. Stainless steel is used as an example. Generally, perforated stainless steel, water ripple stainless steel, mirror stainless steel, hairline or stain stainless steel, texture stainless steel and sandblasted stainless steel are mostly used. Today we break the traditional Design concept, sharing an innovative facade cladding using antique stainless steel - Australian exterior building facade cladding.

 

 

 

Application Description

 

 

The building is located in Australia. Its exterior wall cladding system adopts a retro design and uses a metal material similar to weathered copper or rusted weathering steel wall cladding - antique copper stainless steel sheets.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Metal Sheet Description

 

 

Antique copper finish ss sheet refers to a type of stainless steel material that has undergone a surface treatment or finish to give it an aged or weathered appearance, reminiscent of antique or vintage metalwork.

 

 

 

Metal Sheet Specifications 

 

 

 

Item Antitue Copper Stainless Steel Sheet
Mill Grand Metal
Standard ASTM, AISI, DIN, EN, GB, JIS
Material Stainless Steel
Steel Grade 304
Type Sheet
Finish Antique
Thickness 0.5mm-3mm
Width 1000/1219/1250/1500mm/Customized

 

 

 

Charcteristics Of Antique Copper SS Sheet

 

 

 

1.Distressed Appearance

 

The stainless steel is intentionally distressed to create the appearance of wear and age. This can include scratches, dents, and other imperfections that contribute to the antique look. 

 

 

2.Patina or Oxidation

 

Some antique finishes involve inducing a controlled amount of oxidation on the surface of the stainless steel. This can create a patina, which is a thin layer that forms on the metal, giving it a weathered appearance.

 

 

3.Varied Color

 

Antique finish stainless steel may have a range of color tones, including warmer hues like bronze or copper. These tones are often achieved through chemical treatments or specialized coatings.

 

 

4.Hand-Brushed

 

The surface of the stainless steel may be treated with techniques such as hand brushing to create texture and visual interest, contributing to the antique look.

 

 

5.Aged Brass or Copper Accents

 

In some cases, antique finish stainless steel may be combined with elements of aged brass or copper to enhance the vintage appearance. 

 

 

6.Customization

 

Manufacturers and artisans often offer a degree of customization for antique finish stainless steel products. This allows customers to choose the level of distressing or specific color tones to suit their design preferences.

 

 

 

Conclusion

 

 

Using antique copper stainless steel sheets for architectural facades can offer a unique and striking aesthetic.The weathered appearance of antique stainless steel can lend a sense of character and timelessness to a building's exterior.  It can be a durable and low-maintenance material while adding an element of history and sophistication to the architectural design.

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