We are committed to developing a palette of Facade materials and systems for Architects and Designers.
With over 700 finishes and corresponding systems across five material types thus far, our aim is to create beautiful Facades, whilst listening to the evolving language of Architecture to push boundaries and challenge convention.
Our facade materials have been selected to be complimentary and offer Architects a multitude of design possibilities.
Etalbond® is a Composite Aluminium material for Rainscreen Facades. Available in Solid & Metallic, Premium Metallic, Textured and RAL* surface finishes, combined with multilayer paint systems, offering advanced resistance to aggressive weather conditions, polluted environments and UV-radiation.
LAPYK is a volcanic polychrome stone created through special refined techniques, fired at more than 1000°C. The material is scratch resistance, UV stable with no fading of colour, waterproof and high resistance to stains and acids. Considered an eternal material and it’s extremely versatile and can be used in exterior and interior, facades whilst offering Luxury, Metal and custom made finishes.
We offer additional services to ensure your chosen Facade material works with your intended design.
At InOpera Facades we understand that the chosen facade material creates the architectural languague of your project, yet equally as important is ensuring your intent meets Building Regulations, responds to the project location and critically works within your clients desired budget.
Through our partners, we are able to offer a variation of fabrication elements, from slab cutting, CNC and Routing, Folding and pressing on a multitiude of our materials.
The use of a Rainscreen Facade provides an opportunity to achieve low U-values. InOpera Facades can provide early design stage guidance as to the performance of your Rainscreen Facade. We provide detailed U-value calculations in accordance with BS EN 10211 / BRE 443 Convections for U-values by project.
We use the support system setting out to determine the heat loss through the construction and model it three dimensionally. This allows us to confidently ensure the chosen through wall build up do not effect the designed asthetic.