Kriskadecor CEILING CHAIN Aluminium chain curtain


CEILING CHAIN By Kriskadecor


Aluminium chain curtain

Kriskadecor’s ceiling solutions allow amazing structures.‎‎ 
Due to its own patented machinery, it is possible to reproduce images, patterns and logos as every link of the mesh acts as a pixel.‎‎ Also, images’ definition can be adapted to standard resolution by using Kriska links or a high defined imagine by using the small and smart Snina, which offers a more accurate resolution.‎‎
The quantity of light or density can be adapted to each requirement by using the standard strand spacing or the half-drop one to create the light effect or the sense of intimacy desired.‎‎
It is also possible to use an inferior fastening so the strand do not move, chain linking so the strand become a metallic fabric or even chain shaping by trimming of the chains creating required shapes.‎‎
This partition walls can be curved but also straight or undulated with fixed and mobile systems.‎‎
Small aluminium links are the essence of Kriskadecor, that is why their material is so light, also required structures are carefully considered so the project can be easily installed.‎‎

After a long remodelling period, Casa Batlló has reopened its doors with an additional 2,000 m2 of never-seen-before itinerary that includes the new vertical communication nucleus designed by Kengo Kuma.‎
164,000 meters of Kriskadecor chain adorn the atrium, the new staircase that connects the eight floors and the coal bunkers, enhancing the magnitude of the work of the renowned Japanese architect.‎ Just like Casa Batlló is a tribute to the light of the Mediterranean, the Kengo Kuma & associates project is an homage to Gaudí's use of light in this modernist building.‎ In the Japanese architect’s own words, "it travels from the rooftop’s bright sky to the dark depths of the coal bunkers.‎" His intervention speaks of it, but in an abstract way, free from the colours of the house, its materials, and its historical dimension.‎
The project also posed the challenge of finding a sound neutralising solution.‎ To this end, the development and innovation department of the Montblanc company created innovative acoustic panels that cover the ceiling above the chains and successfully counteract the noise.‎

Intervention on Casa Batlló, Barcelona (Spain) by Kengo Kuma and Associates
Client: Casa Batlló.‎
Architects: Kengo Kuma and Associates / Javier Villar Ruiz, Jaime Fernandez Calvache, Gorka Beitia Zarandona, David Minton Albero, Mila Dimitrovska, Kimio Suzuki (team).‎
Photographer: Jordi Anguera.‎

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