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50 EXTERNAL ENVELOPE


The new look of urban design T


he creative use of perforated metal in urban design shapes the framework of our surroundings. Perforated


metal offers a whole new level of freedom for designers and architects who want to influence the cityscape of tomorrow and breathe new life into urban areas. As any architect can testify, a city is not


just about the buildings. The city is a landscape of aesthetics, emotions and ambitions. The city is an expression of human interaction and a crossroad of past, present and future. This makes the urban landscape a playground for ambitious architects and entrepreneurs who want to make their mark and to influence the shape of tomorrow. Architects focus on new ways to design


modern buildings and are on the look-out for materials that will contribute to their interpretation of city life. RMIG is a world specialist in perforated metal and leads the way in developing innovative solutions for creative urban design that are based on perforation in all shapes, sizes, colours and surfaces.


Versatility and functionality Perforated metal offers a unique versatility and functionality when it comes to design, material and use. A good example is the use of perforated metal as decorative facade cladding, where it also serves as an efficient sun screen that does not require power or manual adjustment to work. It is a ‘green’ solution that creates a comfortable indoor atmosphere for the users of the building. Sound absorption is an area where perforated metal can also be used to great advantage. When used for walls and ceilings in interior design, the perforation combined with sound absorbing fabric or batts ensures maximum noise reduction. This contributes to a better and safer environment for many, whether they are occupants in residential buildings, using public facilities or working in an open plan office. Picture perforation, known as RMIG


ImagePerf is yet another elegant solution to the challenges of architectural design. RMIG ImagePerf converts perforated metal into a ‘projection screen’ for art, photographs, illustrations and graphic designs. It provides


an inspiring level of creative freedom and strong expressive power for designers and architects. It can be used as a contrast to the other building materials, to highlight certain parts of the building, or to show those in the vicinity the purpose of the building.


01925 839 600 www.city-emotion.com


www.accoya.com


KEY FEATURES


INNOVATION IN WOOD Durable, stable and sustainable. Accoya®


is a leading material that stands


up to every application challenge, including cladding, decking and windows & doors.


Take a look at more Accoya® projects for inspiration here: www.accoya.com/projects


DIMENSIONALLY STABLE


OUTSTANDING DURABILITY


IDEAL FOR COATING


Accoya® wood is produced from sustainably sourced, fast growing wood and manufactured using Accsys’ proprietary patented modification process from surface to core.


BAREFOOT FRIENDLY


EXCELLENT MACHINABILITY


CONSISTENT QUALITY THROUGHOUT


FROM SUSTAINABLE SOURCES


NON-TOXIC & RECYCLABLE


NATURALLY INSULATING


INSECT BARRIER


NATURALLY BEAUTIFUL WOOD


RETAINED STRENGTH & HARDNESS


© Katja Effting


WWW.ARCHITECTSDATAFILE.CO.UK


ADF APRIL 2018


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