Columns are probably the most spectacular element of the decor of the facade of the house. Egyptian and Roman colonnades make a lasting impression. By general appearance, the columns are divided into so-called orders:
- The Greek warrant is Doric, Ionic, and Corinthian.
- Roman warrant is Tuscan and composite.
In turn, the column of any order consists of three main parts:
- the capital of the column – the upper curly part
- column barrel – smooth or with slots – flutes
- column base – lower curly part
In modern architecture, the following proportions of diameter to height (base, body, capital) are considered to be classical proportions for the manufacture of columns:
- Tuscan column – 1: 7
- Doric Column – 1: 8
- Ionic Column – 1: 9
- Corinthian Column – 1:10
- Composite column – 1:10
Of course, the trunk of a classical column should have a narrowing in height – entasis. But, due to the technical complexity of execution and high cost, we offer a cylindrical body of the column. Entasis column we can do without a reinforcing layer.
We produce the column trunk to the floor of the column, which allows you to draw up an existing carrier column. Our catalog offers three types of slots – flutes. Bases and capitals of columns we also produce halves. The column elements we offer are from the Doric order.
The surface quality of the protective layer of our columns allows us to use them in addition to the facade of the house and in the interior. In comparison with polyurethane analogues, our products are more than 2 times cheaper.