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The Metal Ceilings’ Dramatic Impact

The versatility of metal construction helps designers and interior design firms to touch ceilings that have a dramatic visual impact. Metal ceilings have become the preferred design solution from commercial bureau buildings to airport terminals, railway stations to shopping centers and offer unlimited coverage and choices while meeting the requisite acoustic, heat, fire and light needs.

Even the most creative projects can be achieved because of metal mouldability. The model has curved, trapezoidal, waveform, and even several faces of metal ceilings. The metal is an all-round material for designers that want to place their unique stamp on a programme, offering cool, sleek designs that reflect, supplement or enhance a structure’s identity.

Pushing structural

metal boundaries allows architects to be free to work on a material that combines beauty with efficiency and durability. It permits much more than that, though. In Foster Partner, London, for example, the petal leaf ceiling is built in London, the most sustainable office in the world. Combine acoustics, lighting and temperature control with integrated ceiling panels. In buildings that had an excellent BREEAM rating, this played a crucial role.

To Michael Bloomberg, sustainability from day one was an overarching goal. He stressed that architectural architecture and efficiency should be remembered. SAS Internationals Special Projects team from Reading, the English-based metal ceiling manufacturer, who oversaw the design, production and eventual installation on-site, was a collaborative project and the company has provided a 24,000 m2 of SAS product.
The amazing petallic ceiling is asthetically striking and plays a major role in a building that pushes sustainable boundaries. In total 3,916 ICPs with 2,5 million petals were manufactured and installed
The beautiful petal shaped ceiling plays an esthetic role in a building that pushs the boundaries of sustainability. Overall 3,916 IPCs with an impressive 2.5 million petals have been manufactured and installed.
The petal-form is not only an architectural element; it was designed to provide the best acoustic, thermal and light reflecting output through professional software engineering. The sculptured form maximizes the heat exchange surface and optimizes airflow to maximize convection. The beautiful petal shaped ceiling plays an esthetic role in a building that pushs the boundaries of sustainability. Overall 3,916 IPCs with an impressive 2.5 million petals have been manufactured and installed.
The petal-form is not only an architectural element; it was designed to provide the best acoustic, thermal and light reflecting output through professional software engineering. The sculptured form maximizes the heat exchange surface and optimizes airflow to maximize convection.
The slots allow air to move and improve performance. In short, the architecture meets Category A Thermal comfort, from a temperature control point of view, the highest possible degree of comfort for a bureau.
Lights are a lesson in performance and environmental design, the role that LED lighting plays. The ICPs have 500,000 LEDs and use 40% less energy than the standard office design. Because of the number of LEDs used, the optimum output for the necessary light levels is significantly lower. When cooled and with increased life expectancy. They are even more effective. The cumulative effect is a design that is incredibly effective.
The metal ceiling system works extremely well in acoustic terms. The slotted petals and the perforations allow the surface to be open to the sound behind the mineral wool. The roof, which has been checked to withstand class A, monitors acoustic reverbation in open plan offices impressively and reliably. The ceiling is a first for the United Kingdom, if not internationally, and in no other material is reached. Commenting on this initiative, Michael Jones of Foster + Partners says, “Sustainability would not be what it is without the roof.”

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