Introducing Aluminium redefined architecture for end-user applications

From the beverage, which is now standing on the home’s window frame, without missing out on the acquiring of the super-light bike. The properties of aluminum can be used endlessly over applications. It can also be utilized in architecture and design. The feature of aluminum is not only non-combustible but also durable and attractive. Architects have brought the usage of aluminum from inside buildings to outside designing as well. This helps in creating masterpieces of modern architecture. As architects, contractors, consultants, and real estate owners and dealers are seeking ahead to meet stringent safety requirements in the construction industry, and solid aluminum facilitates a cladding solution that is 100% non-combustible and has an A1 European classification.

Did you say anodized?

The process of anodization is in the controlled production of an oxide layer on the surface and makes aluminum cladding resistant to UV, corrosion, and scratches. The process keeps its look natural metallic. The process of anodizing may be done in its natural shade or either in combination with some colors. This helps in converting plain aluminum into an ideal material for use in various places like façades, roofs, interior ceilings, balconies, pillars, sun ventilation screens, and escalator casings.

Unlimited creative potential

Aluminum’s flexibility and formability support virtually unlimited design potential. This feature helps it to be readily shaped and is easy to bend. The aluminum also maintains strong mechanical values that support perforating, punching, and expanding. With aluminum, any type of styling can be created. Here we have mentioned some of the instances of its versatility.

Lighter, stronger, longer

Aluminum characteristics are both lightweight and strong. The light weighted material makes it easier to transport and handle on-site. Its optimum high strength-to-weight ratio allows architects to design light structures while keeping the required stability. The anodized aluminum cladding has a long life and doesn’t require extensive maintenance. Since it can be 100% recyclable without compromising on any of its quality. The material is purely sustainable and “green” building.

Color uniformity as a bonus

While working on a building project, architects & designers are interested in safe and resistant material and in material that presents certain aesthetic qualities. Color is one of the qualities: the color of the material should not only meet the original design requirements; it should also be homogenous throughout the whole surface. Architects can be reassured that the outcome will look exactly the way they figured and remain the same for years to come.