Separate drawings of plans with the hanging stone are made. A magnesite slab is fixed to the frame, on which moisture-resistant plywood, gypsum plasterboard, or mosaic panels are fixed in various parts of the structure. The stone is also hung on the plate attached to the metal frame; there are carved elements, panels, or friezes.
The design solution envisages the production of stone elements from Koelga marble. All sections of friezes, thickness of all panels and shapes of decor and pilasters with bases and capitals are designed. A separate part of the project is detailed life-size drawings of all stone carvings, which is the specifications for cutting. The upper horizontal templon, in addition to carving, is decorated with mosaic inserts. The lower templon, which ends with corner elements, passes into vertical extensions, resting on the tops of the side capitals.