In ancient times, there were many beautiful palaces. Sometimes we thought it would be better if we lived in the past, but with the development of artist residences, we can bring these beautiful buildings into our homes and make our home a beautiful one. Private palace. The necessary architectural elements of the “private palace” are marble columns.
Marble pillars originated in ancient Europe. Pillars are integral architectural elements that help support additional weight and ceiling span. They can increase the space inside the building, or even just add a sense of beauty to the building. It has a long history and civilization. All important civilizations of the Near East and the Mediterranean Iron Age used cylinders. Later, in ancient Egyptian architecture, the surface carved stone pillars were used. The stone pillars were decorated with carved and painted hieroglyphs, characters, ritual images, and natural themes. Later, the ancient Greeks and Romans combined stone pillars with decorative reliefs and paintings on the exterior walls. In the Middle Ages, more flexible forms were adopted in Byzantine and Romanesque architecture, the capital often used various types of leaf decoration, while in Western scenes, relief sculptures were used to sculpt figures. Renaissance architecture was keen on Baroque, Rococo, and Neoclassical styles. It can be seen that the development of stone pillars is constantly merging and refined. Next, we introduce a few marble pillars that we are making recently.