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Steps in design

  • Consulting during design.
  • Help in selecting the type of cladding, installation system, etc.
  • Coordination of inter-industry projects
  • Preparation of cost estimate and work schedule
  • Implementation of an industry project

A well-designed ventilated facade is a key element of a building, combining functionality, aesthetics and energy efficiency. We present several steps that are worth taking into account when designing a ventilated facade.

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An example of a plate arrangement design

Analysis of Climatic Conditions

Understanding the region's climatic conditions, such as rainfall, snow, temperatures, humidity and wind, is crucial. This influences the selection of appropriate materials and ventilation systems.

Selection of Materials

Choose the right materials for a ventilated facade. Popular options include fiber-cement boards, composites, ceramics, wood and metal. Make sure they are weather-resistant and easy to maintain.

Thermal isolation

The thermal insulation coefficient should be taken into account in the design. A ventilated facade can improve the energy efficiency of a building by providing better thermal insulation.

Ventilation System

Choose the right ventilation system. Ventilated systems may include vents, gaps or ducts. It is also worth considering a ventilation control system.

Fire safety

Ensure that the facade design meets fire safety requirements. Some materials are more fire resistant than others, and ventilation systems may require additional protection.

Aesthetics and Design

Design the facade taking into account the aesthetics and architectural style of the building. Choose colors, textures and layouts that harmonize with the overall design.

Installation and Suspended Systems

Decide whether the facade will be mounted on a grid or an invisible screw system. An appropriate suspension system is crucial for the stability and durability of the facade.

Vertical and Horizontal Ventilation

Consider using vertical and horizontal ventilation in your facade design. This helps distribute air pressure evenly and reduce possible humidity problems.

Monitoring and Maintenance

Design a monitoring system that will allow you to track the technical condition of the facade. Regular inspection and maintenance are crucial to maintaining its efficiency and aesthetics.

Cooperation of the Design Team

Teamwork is key. Architects, engineers, air conditioning and construction specialists should work together from the very beginning of the project.

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