CUPA PIZARRAS has recently been in ARCHITECT@WORK London presenting its latest CUPACLAD Design concept: Honeycomb.
Architect@work, which is a two-day trade show, is one of the UK’s most important architecture exhibitions and is aimed at construction professionals such as: specifiers, architects and interior designers. It returned to Olympia National Hall, London, during 24th and 25th January. Thanks to its importance it is the perfect opportunity to discover the latest trends and advances in the building sector.
In this edition, the second one celebrated in London, this event has had a great success. Light had the leading role and professional who attended could enjoy with different talks such as: “Living with light”, “Lighting London”, or “Leading lights in workplace wellness”. In addition, a series of filmed interviews building professionals were shown, and visitors could have fun with the World-architects.com latest photography exhibition.
CUPA PIZARRAS had the opportunity to show its latest CUPACLAD Design idea: Honeycomb. CUPACLAD Design is a design office with two main aims: help service and design creation laboratory.
CUPACLAD Design renews the design of ventilated facades by proposing innovative styles and different possibilities in slate. It opens a world of options for design in natural slate, which is the best option to cover your facade with an eco-friendly, efficient and durable material. It is evident that CUPACLAD® has become the most efficient cladding solution that best adapts to building trends.
Besides, this competitive solution of ventilated facades proposes to use the advantages of natural slate in new ways and combinations, offers a varied range of shapes in natural slate to adapt your facade to the latest tendencies.
Honeycomb, its newest concept, that has a hexagon shape, is inspired by nature and is a source of motivation in architectural design. It stands out for its freshness and aesthetics, that reminiscent of a honeycomb or a shell of a turtle.
Are you interested in discovering CUPACLAD Design? Contact us if you have questions or need any technical details. Our CUPACLAD Design R&D team can help you.
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For more information about ventilated facades from Cupa Pizarras, please visit their website.