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84 EXTERNAL ENVELOPE


with brickwork, which can vary wildly. With an ageing workforce, bricklaying is a skill that isn’t as widely available in the market today, so using a cladding system enables you to achieve greater productivity and a higher standard of bricklaying, while still giving you a building that’s built to last.


A viable alternative The choice of whether to go with traditional brickwork or a brick cladding system depends on many factors, but importantly specifiers now have another option when considering the cost, buildability, programme, and complexity of design to achieve a perfect brick wall. The typical ‘go-to’ solution of


achieve more with a brick cladding system than with conventional brickwork. From a weathering perspective, you can expect brick facades, when designed and built well, to improve with age, unlike other facade materials that can react negatively to UV light and show degradation from the elements over time.


Brick cladding systems also provide an improved quality of appearance compared


Office building, Copenhagen, Denmark Architects: C.F. Møller Architects


Carlsberg Group Headquarters A


“bubbly” facade is part of a major development project.


A massive transformation of what is (probably) the most famous brewery site in the world, has resulted in a stunning and vibrant new city district in the heart of Copenhagen. With a combination of both modern and historic architecture, the extraordinary Carlsberg City District will provide both office and residential buildings, as well as cafes, shops, hotels and schools. The Carlsberg brand is synonymous with thirst-quenching drinks, so it is fitting that the facade design for the entrance of their new headquarters depicts refreshing golden bubbles, leaving you to imagine your favourite Carlsberg tipple. The facade was manufactured and supplied by RMIG using RMIG ImagePerf to create the pattern of the bubbles.


01925 839 600 www.rmig.com


conventional bricklaying to achieve a brick facade now has a serious competitor. Brick cladding systems are a perfect hybrid alternative, combining all the benefits of a traditional appearance with an offsite solution that can be adapted onsite. Welcome to the fourth industrial revolution.


Paul Richards is managing director of Aquarian Cladding Systems


TECHNICAL CHARACTERISTICS


Raw material: Aluminium Pattern: RMIG ImagePerf Thickness: 3.0 mm


Finishing operation: Bending Surface treatment: Anodising D1(AC-Gold)20 MY


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