In recent years, there has been a real leap in technology for the production of ornaments for decorating facades. Manufacturers offer new, innovative and increasingly sophisticated materials for decorating facades, which are not inferior, and often even surpass in their qualities and characteristics traditional.

We at StyroDesign have been specializing in the decoration of buildings, cultural and entertainment facilities for more than 10 years and can offer different types of solutions, suitable for both the quality of their work and the budget. We work with almost the entire range of modern and traditional materials for the production of facade decoration and decoration and we know how to combine them to achieve the best result.

The production of decorative elements and decoration for facades is experiencing a real boom in recent years. New and complex materials are available on the market, which are not inferior in any way, and even often surpass traditional and natural materials in their qualities. At exhibitions, one can often see the most incredible solutions - such as the colorless concrete that created a real sensation in 2010 - hard and transparent as glass.
We are ready to help each of our clients to find their way in the various ways to decorate their facade and to offer him the most optimal option for him to complete his project.
The revolution in building decoration technology has led to the emergence of various lightweight and lightweight materials. Today, it doesn't matter how old the building is, what materials it is made of, whether the structure is made of stone, whether it is lightweight or built using frame technology: any building can become a real palace.

The process of decorating and decorating the facades allows the use of different types of materials. However, each of them has its advantages and disadvantages that must be taken into account in each project. For example, gypsum offers excellent opportunities to create fine detail on the details, but absorbs moisture and is quite fragile. Facade ornaments made of concrete are durable and resistant to the destructive effects of weather conditions, but are extremely heavy and difficult to install. Styrofoam decoration (EPS / XPS) is the lightest and allows the production of the most complex and individual forms, but does not withstand mechanical stress and easily breaks and changes its quality characteristics under the influence of weather conditions, therefore requiring the protection of decorative products with different types of coatings.

Products made of molded polystyrene foam are many times cheaper than all other types of materials for facade decoration. The elements are cut individually on high-density EPS CNC machines and are protected with a surface layer of cement-based polymer coating, which protects them from aging and gives them a natural look.[...]

In the 30s, a polymer was invented in Germany capable of combining all the best properties of the materials from which facade design is traditionally made. Polyurethane is a unique material for creating a decorative facade interior.[...]

A few years ago, the Belgian company Orac Decor offered its version of the most durable and durable composite material called Duropolymer. It is a polystyrene pressed in a specific way so that it reaches a density of 350-420 kg / m3. In this state, the material acquires extremely high wear resistance and very high mechanical properties. Subsequently, a light version of the material with a density of about 250 kg / m3 was created. Charcoal has been added as an additional ingredient.[...]

Architectural high-strength polymer concrete
Polymer concrete is the generalized name for cement concrete, consisting of a dispersed fraction (sand, quartz, mineral dyes) with the addition of thermoactive binder, as a rule - epoxy resin, acrylic or others. Synthetic additives in the composition of polymer concrete give it many additional properties that have a positive effect on the quality and durability of the material. Polymer concrete is more durable than ordinary concrete, both in tension and pressure, is more resistant to moisture and frost, is not prone to cracking and does not absorb water.[...]

Duralmond material is a composite material created by combining synthetic and vegetable resins with crushed almond shells. Thus, taking a plant waste product, extremely beautiful, detailed, biodegradable and recyclable materials for design with high environmental value can be formed. The final product is characterized by a particularly light structure, varied density and low weight. The material is mimetic or in other words - takes the shape and texture of the mold in which it is poured with perfect accuracy. The material also has adequate behavior under fire conditions confirmed by European certification values ​​CS2, d0.[...]