Expanded metal mesh as a design element


Shapes, colours, transparency: the expanded metal mesh is an essential element for contemporary architecture. It is employed as a building cladding to ensure uniqueness and originality. It is also used in interior spaces as a decorative application and aesthetic solution. It turns into a pure design component.

The range of expanded metal


It easily adapts to various styles and diverse designing needs. It is an example of integration between the external environment and the building facade: it blends in and adds lightness to the whole structure. The secret to this success lies in the wide range of expanded metal mesh that architects and designers can consider to bring their ideas to life.

This is possible thanks to the various processes it undergoes. The raw material is shaped and transformed into a customized final product, in a tailor-made suit that fits perfectly.

A folded mesh, for example, gives a wavy effect to the facade. Geometries and rhythm are created. The mesh serves as an innovative shading solution for sunlight control. Energy consumption is reduced and optimized, while interior spaces remain bright and cool.

The folding process takes place according to the characteristics of the mesh, using specialized tools (presses) that operate with utmost precision. The bending process also follow these principles: the most suitable processing is applied based on the stiffness of the mesh.

Sensitivity, professional eye, and experience transform a simple panel into a designing element.


Perforated panels for sustainable architecture

Similarly, perforated sheets are an original architectural element. They are used for both residential and commercial building cladding, providing a better perception of volumes. A well-suited solution for creating ventilated facades, which are common in green building and sustainable architecture. These facades combine weather protection with the building’s breathability.

Ventilated facades are essentially secondary walls placed at a certain distance from the main building facade. This creates a gap through which air flows. The cladding’s temperature stabilizes, leading to optimal climate performance.

Perforated panels have round, square and patterned holes. They convey transparency as well as solidity. They enhance the design by highlighting aesthetic aspects while not neglecting functional and structural characteristics.

Their use reconciles many architectural considerations: the need for lightweight structures combined with decorative elements. Simultaneously, they serve as air passages, screens and protection.

Perforated panels and design: a perfect combination.


Colours and finishes


Technological innovations and advanced tools contribute to the production of panels with a wide range of colours and finishes. From standard RAL colours to customised Pantone shades, the desires of architects and designers are fulfilled.

In this way, enduring quality is ensured over time through sophisticated painting and anodizing techniques, employing immersion processes.

The aesthetics of the building are enhanced, and safety requirements are met. This process strengthen resistance to corrosion and wear from aggressive elements. At the same time, all distinctive features are retained. 

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