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Glass facade BRISE SOLEIL & PERFORATED

glass facade
glass facade
glass facade
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Are you looking for the perfect second skin to protect your building from sunlight and the elements while providing an aesthetic, mineral facade? For public buildings, storefronts, apartments or offices, our lightweight Ductal® solution reduces glare and offers less noise than metal alternatives. Our large, thin building envelopes offer the choice between tailor-made precast facades and standardized panels. Our industrialized Ductal® brise soleil is designed to meet the specific needs for a range of building projects. Conceived to let natural sunlight in and then diffuse it upwards instead of directly onto the building, our fiber-reinforced ultra-high performance concrete (UHPC) guarantees that the durability, low-porosity, resilience and ductility of your siding will stand the test of time, while improving the energy efficiency of your building. Ductal® is also a highly moldable material, allowing us to produce customized, precast brise soleil to suit any building's specific location and resist sun intensity. Our brise soleil offer architects a new range of alternatives for lightweight, durable facades with slim, streamlined shapes. Perforated facades and latticework Decorative forms that offer your building superior protection? That’s what you get when working with Ductal®’s latticework and perforated facades. From the basic to the most ambitious building projects, our mineral solution offers efficient maintenance properties and exceptional durability. Ductal®’s structural, decorative and protective perforated facades provide innovative, protective solutions in a wide range of textures, finishes and colors.

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