Wall building materials

One of the oldest wall building materials in the world                       
The way in which architectural styles have developed over the last 1,000 years is fascinating. Each era had its very own, striking stylistic elements. But one thing that all architectural styles have in common - irrespective of whether Romanesque, Gothic, Renaissance, Baroque, neo-Classical, Historic, Art Nouveau, Bauhaus or the clear architectural style used today - the quality perception of buildings made of sandstone is high.   

Contemporary architecture is, however, not always just about developing new shapes and ideas. Unlike former centuries, we are no longer bound by architectural constraints, fashion fads or pre-defined stylistic specifications. We can draw from an endless pool of architectural styles. Just as we want and to suit our own taste. We can provide both the original material for each architectural style and advice on using it to recreate the desired style.

To this day we are still delivering the same stone that has been used for many centuries to create impressive buildings. By the way - we are still even supplying city walls or flood protection walls designed to resemble castle fortifications, together with specially broken stones for rebuilding a keep.

Naturally split or roughly hewn facing blocks for bridges, embankments or romantic gardens. Bevelled bricks in the style of the Renaissance or Baroque, sprayed plinths in the style of Historism, or finely ground ashlar for neo-Classical or contemporary architecture - sandstone from Obernkirchen harmoniously separates areas and rooms.

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