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BLAST PROTECTIVE FAÇADES

 

Architectural tendencies lead to maximizing the transparency and natural daylight through the building and this is achieved by using full height glazed façades, creating in such a way a design paradox. “Hardening” buildings by minimizing glass surfaces areas and reinforcing the structure not only place restrictions on architectural freedom but also on occupants interaction with the built environment. Physical protection should also be considered a sustainable constraint in every building design.

 

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mfree-SCCF
A moisture free Sustainable Closed Cavity Façade

 

Governments are enforcing ever more stringent energy regulations in order to reduce energy consumption and carbon emissions. Building developers aim for cost-efficient façade solutions which significantly contribute to high environmental ratings. Equally, tenants are increasingly aware that comfortable buildings with an abundant availability of daylight and light-thermal-acoustic comfort enhance productivity. Finally, architects focus on generating holistic design solutions without compromising aesthetic quality.

 

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D3
A Permasteelisa Group innovation in façade performances

 

D3 Façade can be seen as a revolution towards a holistic façade solution, compliant with all major challenges and ready for upcoming performance requirements for environmentally friendly buildings. 

 

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PermasteelisaBlindTech
Façade energy and comfort control

 

Using continuous and live inputs, PermasteelisaBlindTech system dynamically optimizes the façade performance. This ensures thermal, visual and acoustic comfort to the end user, regardless of external environmental conditions.

 

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GFRP Components for Façades

 

The use of composites materials in the building industry, in particular for façades, is growing rapidly as it gives the architect a new level of architectural freedom which cannot easily be achieved with traditional materials like steel, aluminum and glass. Composite façades bring alternative solutions into the industry; durable, environmentally friendly and able to provide benefits in terms of environmental assessment and sustainability ratings.

 

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