Fins and louvres have long been used in the cladding and facades of car parks and buildings. In a wide range of materials from timber, aluminium and steel, fins and louvres can create unique aesthetic experiences.
Perforated cladding provides practical functionality, helping to manage the amount of natural light required in the car park. Perforated patterns have near infinite flexibility in the design. Patterns can be used to create imagery, 3D effects and shading on a scheme.
Curtain wall systems are an ideal method to add a real touch of style to multi-storey car parks. This non-structural cladding system for external walls of buildings support its own weight and the loads imposed on it (such as wind and seismic loads), transferring it back to the primary structure of the building.
Rainscreen cladding panels from Berry Systems are designed to easily interface with other components, giving a complete finish to the façade. We work closely with the scheme’s fire engineers to ensure the panelling meets the latest fire rating requirements.
Living and artificial green walls are an increasingly popular option for architects and specifiers, with different planting options creating environmentally-friendly and aesthetically pleasing spaces to enhance the landscape.
Expanded metal mesh is one of the most popular forms of cladding in multi-storey car parks, providing a wide choice of styles and visual appeal. Choose from Perforated Cladding, Woven Mesh and Fins & Louvres in a choice of features and finishes.