Zinc can last up to 100 years on ceilings and facades and can be recycled. Also, Zinc panels can adapt to complex shapes and be precisely perforated. We invite you to read this article published by ArchDaily where the reasons why architects prefer to include zinc in their projects are explained in further detail.
A lightweight material par excellence, Zinc is a non-ferrous metal that provides an effective solution for coating buildings exposed to adverse weather condition while simultaneously delivering a creative response to the requirements of the program and the users of the project.
When in contact with humidity, Zinc panels generate a self-protecting layer that isolates heat from indoor spaces during the summer. Rain and snow, slide easily over its surfaces, and its modular panels can wrap curved shapes or be perforated according to the architectural design, and combined in facades and/or ceilings through different shades, brightness, and colors. Read More
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