Mitta Mitta Dry Stone natural stone walling by Eco Outdoor® is perfect for residential landscape designs, home builds and commercial building projects. Mitta Mitta Dry Stone walling products provide an innovative approach to natural stone facades. All our loose stone pieces are split on the face and sawn on the back, allowing for easy application to all suitable substrates with outstanding results. We understand that the finishing detail in wall veneer products is essential and provide a range of interlocking corner units, capping pieces and column solutions within our Dry Stone veneer range.
Eco Outdoor’s range of natural Dry Stone walling materials is perfect for residential landscape designs, home builds and commercial building projects. Whether you’re searching for exterior wall cladding for an outdoor fireplace or simply searching for bathroom tile ideas, we’ve got something for you. Whether you like a limestone wall or a slate tile, our showrooms will present a vast array of wall tiles and ideas especially for you. From landscaping stone to architectural stone, you’ll find everything you need right here.
|Split face veneer split on 5 sides and sawn on the back|
|Random lengths up to 500mm|
|Random heights up to 200mm|
|L shaped corner pieces|
|Random lengths up to 250mm|
|Random heights up to 150mm|
|Thickness 20-40mm||30||12 (4x3LM)|
|Textured finish to top surface, chipped on two long sides and sawn other|
|Thickness 40-50mm||130||50 units|
dry stone walling
finishing detail is key
When we're working with cladding materials, corner and capping pieces create an authentic solid look that helps finish of a wall.
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How The West Was Won
This contemporary three storey house is located on a 445sqm north facing block a few hundred metres from the beach, with spectacular views of the ocean to the right hand side of the property. Enjoying these views while still protecting the home from the strong afternoon sun and westerly winds was one of the first elements that had to be addressed during the design process. With the clients having a keen interest in horticulture and inspired by the architecture of Bawa, the aim was to create a home that placed an emphasis on the connection between the internal and external living areas. The use of strategically positioned ponds and planting areas, enhances a harmonious connection between all areas of the home. While the unique combination of the two stone types, Alpine & Mitta Mitta dry stones adds texture to the material palette flowing from inside to out. With separate living zones for the parents and their older children, over two floors, all family members have their own private spaces. The main living areas are located on the second floor to capture the uninterrupted ocean views as well as the warm northern sunlight.