Cast Stone SculptureCast Stone Sculpture

With its rich, complex color patterns and varied textures, cut stone is a material that can be used to create stunning architectural sculptures. However, the techniques, tools, and time required to create a sculpture from quarried stone make it a difficult material to work with. Stromberg has managed to create a material that looks exactly like cut stone, but has none of the downsides. Here's what you should know about cast stone sculptures by Stromberg and how they compare to sculptures made of quarried stone.

Cast Stone is more durable: Our cast stone sculptures are stronger than those made from cut stone, and have a compressive strength of up to 15,000 PSI. Although it may be hard to believe, cast stone sculptures also weather better than those made of many types of natural cut stone.

Cast Stone offers more choices: With cut stone, you have to choose from the colors and textures the company currently has available. If you decide to go with a cast stone sculpture from Stromberg, however, you can simply tell us which color/texture combination you'd like, and we'll take care of the rest. In addition, because molds are used instead of chisels, hammers, and other traditional tools, more complex shapes are possible.

Perhaps the biggest advantage of cast stone sculptures is that they are virtually indistinguishable from natural cut stone. That's because we use real stone aggregate and simulate the natural stone formation process to produce our cast stone sculptures. Contact us to discuss your design needs!