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3D/Textured Wall
« on: July 03, 2012, 09:28:18 AM »
Anyone can share ideas/tips about 3D or Textured Walls?

How much?

Where to buy?


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Re: 3D/Textured Wall
« Reply #2 on: July 24, 2012, 06:20:06 AM »
^i saw your profile, very nice  ;) ano gamit nyo na software? sketch-up with Vray? Hindi ba mabagal mag-render?

another thing, hindi ba mamamaga yung MDF sa bathroom if you have for example a heater? The moist and heat may cause the MDF to expand? One of the engineers i dealt with before said that in an air conditioned room, as much as possible, don't use MDF 'coz it may absorb moisture and eventually expand kaya they use marine plywood instead. Based on your experience, possible ba talaga yun even if no direct contact with water?

For the thread starter, I like textured wall, it gives a different feel and interest into a space aside from wallpaper.  Aside from wall cladding/panels such as Ricad's MDF, there are also other materials you can use like textured laminates/HPL and Stampcrete on wall.  You can also use wood moldings and create an interesting patten on wall.
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Re: 3D/Textured Wall
« Reply #3 on: July 24, 2012, 09:27:57 AM »
salamat sis! nakita ko din mga projects mo ganda din! :)
sketch up with podium gamit ko kapag interior perspective. vray naman pag exterior nasanay lang ako ng ganun,mas mabilis vray kesa podium for me,it depends siguro sa specifications ng laptop/desktop. ;D

with regards to ricad panel,it is not advisable sa mga area na directly mababasa like shower area ;) pero according to our supplier it depends sa installation ng panel,when you buy the panel naka primer na sya then melamine yung likod nya if you want to put the panel sa wall like we did dapat may plywood kahit 1/4"backing pwede na & we use enamel paint 2-3 coats daw to resist water, as in you have to coat all sides!marami ding gumagamit ng MDF sa mga cabinet sa bathrooms but i prefer MR MDF (moisture resistant). In our case wala pang MR MDF na R DECO PANEL but my client insist talaga na she wanted ricad panel pati s T&B she likes the effect kasi,maganda naman talaga! as you can see halos sa lahat ng areas puro ricad  ;) sinabi naman namin na medyo delikado sa bathroom kaya we used glass partition na lang din to divide shower area sa lavatory,

https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=201823733280324&set=a.201822139947150.42414.201802903282407&type=3
sa case na to may false column...
https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=201824509946913&set=a.201822139947150.42414.201802903282407&type=3

and sabi nya malalaki na daw anak nya kaya di na maglalaro ng water  :D ok lang yung talsik talsik from lavatory kasi painted naman siya,wag lang mababad as in lubog sa tubig kasi di ba MDF is parang kusot yun ang sigurado masisira.
Possible siya gamitin sa bathroom basta maayos ang installation. :)
« Last Edit: July 24, 2012, 10:13:58 AM by annajoy »

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Re: 3D/Textured Wall
« Reply #4 on: July 24, 2012, 10:59:55 AM »
^that's good to know. I also used Ricad but sa Living area (tagaytay project) lang.  Thanks sa new knowledge about MDF decorative panel for bathrooms  ;)

You can also check Felport International (aka Surface in home depots) for made-to-order cut-out tiles for bathrooms or accent walls.  They can also simulate decorative wall panels.  Visit their main office at:
1577 G. Araneta Ave., Quezon City, Metro Manila,
(632) 362-9800 / 9804 / 9806 / 9807
for samples.  Limited kasi yung display nila sa home depots.
They have a wide range of tiles from china, malaysian (i think) and italian tiles.
« Last Edit: July 24, 2012, 11:15:08 AM by iamsuperizch »
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Re: 3D/Textured Wall
« Reply #5 on: March 20, 2013, 11:07:57 PM »
I can refer someone who can manufacture this kind of wall.
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