- 26 June, 2018
Perforated steel corten facade for the Liverpool Telephone Service Center in Morelia (Michoacán) - MexicoThe INCO 44.6 profile in perforated CORTEN steel has been used to generate a second skin in the new CAT building of the Liverpool chain.
The façade of the Telephone Support Center of Liverpool in Morelia (Mexico) is composed of two elements: internally by a glazed floor-to-ceiling cladding and externally by the INCO 44.6 profile. Waved in micro-perforated corten steel that adapts to the spatial support structure.
The project consists of 3,500 m² of profile INCO 44.6 microperforated (according to R3T6) in corten steel that filters and controls the sunlight inside the offices. The microperforated R3T6, with a percentage of perforations of 23%, allows to have a good degree of lighting inside the premises and at the same time guarantees an important energy saving.
The spatial structure, which serves as support for the facade, has been generated to allow, on the one hand, the arrangement of a series of interior maintenance walkways and, on the other hand, the complex set of triangular volumes. The INCO 44.6 profile is installed with different orientations of the nerves in each triangular plane, emphasizing the volumes and textures.
|PROYECT:||Telephone Support Center of Liverpool|
|PLACE:||Morelia (Michoacán) - Mexico|
|SYSTEM:||Ventilated Façade System|