Earthrox Stone Veneer Systems by Stonecleft LLC launches several key additions to its Earthrox Stone Veneer Panel product line. Earthrox Stone Veneer Panels have been creating a wave of interest on the US market, as they provide architects, designers, masons and contractors with an exquisite palette of materials that are both rustic and modernistic at the same time, reduce installation costs and project turnover time, and provide a visual bridge between the conceptualization of a project and the finished product.
Two new colors - Sagebrush and Aquamarine - round out the existing Earthrox Stone Veneer Panel colors - the flagship "Ochre Blend", Charcoal, Desert Sand, and Snowdrift White Marble, giving architects and designers a widened palette with which to execute creative works. The Sagebrush color is a gorgeous quartzite consisting of a sedate green base color with rust and earth tones throughout, which gives the feel of moss growing on forest trees. The Aquamarine Stone Veneer Panel is a blend of rare blue, turquoise and ash colored quartzites reminiscent of a tropical waterfall deep within the rain forest.
In addition, proprietary L-shaped corner pieces for the Earthrox Stone Veneer Panels will be shipping April 15th for arrival at US ports mid to late May 2007. The Stone Veneer Panel corner pieces are made by extending the proprietary Earthrox mathematical formula which makes the Stone Veneer Panel pieces so stunning, so that the L-shaped corner pieces compliment and blend with the Stone Veneer Panels in a way that is texturally consistent and visually exiting.
Earthrox products have already been specified on a number of large projects around the US, including a 40,000 square foot project for the largest privately owned real estate development firm in the US, Baylor University in Waco Texas, and a number of hip modern restaurants and upscale spas.
Earthrox Stone Veneer Systems are at the leading edge of stone technology, and are changing the way stone is conceptualized and utilized throughout the architectural, building and construction industries.