Architectural Materials & Design

The development of stainless steel provided Architects with a new exciting building material with the ideal combination of high strength, excellent corrosion resistance, workability, and a modern progressive image. Advances in materials processing and finishing technology, particularly during the past decade, provide the Architect today with an increased range of stainless steels of higher quality (AISI 316, AISI 317), strength and a wide selection of surface finishes available for the interior and exterior buildings.
Stainless steel façade claddings can be worked very easily, just like the known aluminium façade claddings (i.e. alucobond). There is a standard size format which can be cut and shaped in order to create the design made by the Architect. Technology advances also created design patterns on the panels and, the past few years, more technology brought colouring in stainless steel. Pattern and colouring made stainless steel facades probably the most attractive of its range and a very design and durable material for the Architect to use.

Suitable for commercial buildings, domestic buildings, entertainment areas, hotels and factories.