SUSTAINABLE ARCHITECTURAL MESH - Project: CSIC COUNCIL FOR SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH (San Sebastian)
The new building of the CSIC in San Sebastian, designed by architect Xavier Aguilar, has 4,500 sq meters spread over four floors and the application of innovative materials. The Architectural Mesh WEBER-440 The Inox in Color, covers building facades taking a leading role, creating a sea of metallic waves and light games. The effect is the result achieved by installing the material in a top and bottom structure with sections zigzag positioned inversely. The applied wirework WEBER-440, made of stainless steel AISI 316L. It is a flexible fabric with a median opening area, perfect to fulfill the role of second skin facade and sunscreen.
The importance of moving towards a sustainable architecture is becoming increasingly important. It is for this reason that the application of Architectural mesh is increasingly common, as for the CSIC building. The metal fabric WEBER-440 The Inox in Color has helped the attenuation of thermal contrasts inside the building. Architectural Meshes Such help not only to provide the building a modern metal aesthetic and art, but also helps achieve a large energy saving rates, reducing heating costs and improving comfort inside.
The Inox in Color offers custom solutions for each of their projects, the result of close collaboration between the Technical Department and the Study of Architecture, Engineering and / or Construction thereof. The versatility of the materials, coupled with the numerous possibilities of construction, design, anchoring systems, etc.., Makes architects, designers, interior designers, decorators and engineers can easily find suitable solutions for each of their projects.