This project in San Francisco, USA for Caesar Stone's Showroom has a dividing wall that does just that.
The feature wall delineates between the two major spaces of public showroom and private office.
It is a very strong aspect of the design; measuring roughly 120' long and 15' tall.
The concept evolved from the methods in which stone is cut at the quarry, recognizing the sharp serrated edges.
These edges resemble a mountain range or vertical stone cliffs that reminds us where these beautiful stone tiles originated from.
The detail below illustrates the 37 custom-cut fins to replicate the peaks and serrated edges of the stone using a CNC router.
Simple materials with maximum impact.
Interior Design www.sovibrant.co.uk