Europe first used terracotta panels in the ’80s
Europe first used terracotta panels in the ’80s . The Chinese market was also infiltrated by these types of panels after twenty years. Way back then, since they were a bit pricey, many foreign enterprises dominated the domestic market and they controlled their popularization.
Terracotta panels can decorate the exteriors of different kinds of buildings intended for offices, venues, theaters and dwellings, to name only a few. In addition, they can also decorate interiors, like exhibition halls and public buildings.
Terracotta panels have the ability to reduce the noise since they are sound insulated. Moreover, they are solid, waterproof, light, fire-proof fade-proof, and anti-freeze.
Anyway, terracotta panels are considered as the perfect combination of tradition and modernization. They are available in a wide range of sizes, colors and shapes. They also can be customized. For most companies that like to personalize their space, small, medium and large systems are available for a variety of applications. They also come in different finishes for use in a multitude of outdoor projects.