Aluminium Panel for facade
The Open Structure Façade system provides architects with an opportunity to design a cladding system that creates a visually crisp, clean and dynamic finish to a building’s facade. Traditionally built with linear panels, Open Structure Façade systems enable light and air to travel through the system whilst maintaining excellent acoustic performance.
Why Open Structure systems ?
The aluminium panels are extremely light and the integrated support structure allows both horizontal and vertical installations. They are ideal for use in a number of applications, including ventilated panels around mechanical systems such as cooling units, in front of open staircases or against ventilated walls.
- Optimised support structure allowing a variable panel pitch.
- System projected horizontally or positioned vertically.
- Available in a wide range of colours.
- Façades and Sun Louvre system
- Self-supporting roofs
- Dome shape buildings
- Interior walls, ceilings and balconies
- Renovation of existing building
Colours and finishes
Hunter Douglas offers a wide choice of colours and finishes. Custom colour matching is available upon request. Luxacote® is a unique treatment for Luxalon® Exterior Systems. Proprietary Hunter Douglas’ Luxacote® makes exterior systems extremely durable, providing colour and gloss stability, high scratch resistance, and resistance to corrosion. With Luxacote®, there is no need to recoat, which reduces maintenance costs and additional environmental impact.
Luxacote® protects the aluminium surface from corrosion and permanently anchors the paint to the metal surface. It contains highly colour-stable pigments for optimal colour-fastness and a highly scratch- and wear-resistant surface.
The 70S/132S system consists of sturdy Z-shaped panels that can be combined together to create a stunning visual line to a building’s exterior façade or sun louvre feature. Both 70S/132S panels incorporate a range of carrier systems with special brackets and spacers.
1. Z shaped panel 70/132 mm high.
2. Optimised support structure allowing a variable panel pitch.
3. Extremely light roll formed panel.
4. Optimum shading performance.