Shielding, blackout and cladding systems play a fundamental role in the world of urban architecture. In particular, in the building sector, solar screens perform a dual function:
- Sun protection
- Privacy protection
The choice of making colored facades is not a secondary factor in this discourse. The color in fact gives movement and dynamism to the buildings allowing to enhance the volume of the entire structure and to qualify and embellish the urban environment.
The coverings of the facades of residential or business buildings are required to be able to bring an energy development to the building itself and to shade windows, while still allowing people inside to be able to see outside, without being subjected to visual restrictions. All this is achievable through the use of metal meshes.
Metal Emotion, the exclusive decorated metal mesh proposed by TTM Rossi, fits into this context. It is an exclusive product capable of giving character and elegance to design and architecture projects thanks to intense colors, soft shades and sharp details applied on the surface of the canvas.
By placing several decorated panels side by side, it is possible to create a single maxi-design for large projects, up to covering entire facades and performing all the functions of a blind
As a protruding shading system, metallic fabrics constitute a functional and at the same time decorative element of a building, offering an almost unlimited duration over time.
The sunscreen panels in decorated metal fabric can be installed as fixed structures or as movable structures (motorized or non-motorized sliding panels). Some types of metal fabric also make it possible to create roller sun blinds with mechanical or electrical movement.
The main features of the wire mesh for architecture that can be used as sunshades are:
- Possibility of installation on new or existing buildings;
- Partial sun shielding function;
- Reduction of the thermal load inside the building.
Discover the Metal Design products suitable for this type of installation and finishing!