Learning from the forest
Perforated facade helps transform city centre
When designing the facade of the MSCP in Victoria Street, Liverpool, the architects wanted to pay tribute to the city’s fishing industry and decided on a modern interpretation of the fishnet pattern. Thanks to RMIG ImagePerf technology, it was possible to reproduce the design on to the 243 perforated sheets that made up the facade, covering an area of 800 m2.
In addition to the perforated facade cladding, RMIG also supplied expanded metal for the ground level of the MSCP. Both the perforated sheets and expanded metal provide the necessary ventilation and light for a facility of this kind.
Raw material: Aluminium
Pattern: RMIG ImagePerf
Thickness: 3.0 mm
Finishing operations: Folding and cutting
Surface treatment: Powder coating
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