3D Plates made of aluminum „lalux“
Three-dimensional facade panels
In 2012, the new headquarters of the oldest insurance company in Luxembourg, “lalux”, was opened. Fielitz Ltd. was delighted to help with the planning and realization of this exceptional facade.
Almost 3,000 perforated and unperforated aluminium facade panels were firstly deep-drawn using 3D fluid technology in order to create the 3D pattern developed by Jim Clemes and Ingbert Schilz. In a second processing step, the panels were re-shaped to hollow-like, four-sided, closed elements. The vertical slats, arranged at irregular intervals, sparkle kaleidoscopic in the sun. Depending on the incidence of light, the three different anodised Sandalor colours appear in new shades.
- t = 2.0 mm
- 3 different sandalor colores (anodised)
- unperforated and perforated Rv 3.0 – 5.0 mm
- facade elements
Architecture: Atelier d´Architecture & de Design Jim Clemes, Esch-sur-Alzette, Luxemburg, Implementation: Schindler, Roding, Facade design: bcs-facades, Neuchatel, Switzerland, Coating: HD Wahl, Photo: Robert Sprang, Egling, Location: Luxemburg