Partner for the production of design perforated sheets and panels

Unfortunately we cannot recommend any partner producers outside of Germany, Austria and Switzerland at this time.

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When necessary, we can coordinate directly with your selected company.

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Designed perforated sheets play an important role in architecture and offer both aesthetic and functional benefits. Hole patterns can be milled, punched, cut or laser cut into various materials such as metal, wood, plastic or even glass. Hole pattern materials can be used in a variety of architectural applications.

One of the most common uses of perforated patterns in architecture is facades. Using perforated metal or perforated panel elements as facade cladding can improve ventilation and natural lighting in a building while reducing heat gain. Perforated metal facades can also be used as screens to increase privacy in residential and office buildings.

Perforated patterns can also be used in railings and balconies to create a modern and unique design element while increasing safety. Using perforated metal as a railing infill can create an open and airy feel that provides a view of the surrounding area.

In interior spaces, perforated patterns can also be used as partitions or room dividers. They can help visually enlarge the space while increasing privacy. Hole patterns can also be used as ceiling or wall coverings to improve acoustics in a room or to create an attractive lighting effect.

Another example of the use of perforated patterns in architecture is as part of a solar shading system. By using perforated metal in solar shading systems, sunlight can be filtered and screened to protect the interior of a building and increase energy efficiency.

In summary, perforated patterns are a great way to incorporate aesthetic and functional elements into architecture. They can be used to protect privacy, improve ventilation or acoustics, and increase energy efficiency.