For 150 years now, RMIG has been producing a wide-ranging spectrum of perforated and embossed metal sheets for designers and architects. Perforated sheet are used for both technical and decorative purposes and are manufactured bespoke to customer specifications and expectations – with an inconceivable number of possible additional processing stages possible. The sheets can be edged, embossed, be furnished with fastening eyelets or boast lasered contours, too. The corporation also upgrades the surfaces of sheet stainless steel or aluminum as required, for example with powder-coated finishes for indoor or outdoor use, retroactive galvanizing of sheet steel or eloxy-coating for aluminum.
Architects tend to use the metal sheets for sun protection systems, for decorative facades, for indoor wall cladding, for stringer staircases or as flooring, to name but a few possible applications. The robust and long-lived materials have prime load-bearing properties that enable very slender structures that way very little, too.
Detail of a patterned longitudinally perforation. Material: Aluminium panels, gold anodized | All photos © RMIG
Maison du Portugal in Paris - A look at the facade
Detail of the facade of the transformer station of the New Opera in Oslo, Norway
Photo-rastered facade panels
Laser cut and three-dimensionally edged aluminum profiles
A decorative sun protection along the windows of another office building
Interior wall cladding made of different patterns
Grid ceiling modules made of perforated metal sheets
And here a view from the inside out
The horizontally-mounted panels are not perforated, but embossed concave / convex
Like a fine-mesh net, these perforated metal sheets cover the facade of an office building
Functional sunscreen: horizontal folding shutters made of perforated metal at a hospital