It is an amazing architectural metal that gains a thin layer of rust over time. People use it on buildings, in landscaping, and wherever they want to make a statement. If you don't know what it looks like, Sir Antony Gormley's Angel of the North in Gateshead is made of corten steel. That's a perfect example of how this material ages over time and looks great no matter what.
Corten steel is uniquely self-rusting, giving it a deep orange appearance. This lends itself weThey're portable, easy to install, and self-sufficient.s a trim or feature in parks. It is exceptionally weather and rain resistant and needs very little maintenance once installed.
The weathering effect with these water features does involve some runoff that can stain adjacenT they're portable, easy to install, and self-sufficient. until fully matured at 4-6 months. Once mature, there should be no more runoff.