Perforated metal applications are increasing in popularity. Metal is a great material to accessorize your interiors. Architects, builders, or interior decorators have explored the possibilities of using decorative perforated metal for residential builds.
While this material use to have a vintage connotation and being relegated to industrial or commercial buildings, today it's a trend that make a project shine.
In every room of the house and across a multitude of objects, perforated metal can add texture, shape color to projects, creating one-of-a-kind architectural accents.
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There are more ways than ever to customize perforated sheets. Its characteristics make it ideal for both structural and decorative applications. With modern technology we can incorporate metal in a new and exciting ways, creating a unique look for a project.
Perforated sheet is a material with many advantages.
Is it easy to work with, allowing designers to create structures in a variety of shapes, sizes and patterns, including diamonds, squares, rectangles, crosses and more. It has many great geometric pattern!
It also work well to diffuse light, air and sound, while offering lightness to the structure or the object.
It can be standardized or customized. Standard perforation holes can range in size from 1 millimeter upward.
The thicker the metal sheet is, the biggest the hole will be.
The mesh presents different levels of opacity. It block light or visual access from certain directions, depending on the viewing angle, giving a graphic, sharp look to the structure or the object.
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Another great advantage of the perforated metal is that he diffuses the sound and prevents noise distraction. He can be use as a facing for acoustic material, or as a part of a tuned resonant absorber. Designers can build large open spaces without worrying about noise pollution.
Perforated sheet can assist in reducing energy consumption. It will stand in time and it's easy to recycle. It's more durable and resistant to weather than other building materials and provides enhanced structural support due to its high strength-to-weight ratio.
This environmentally friendly material combines functionality with strength, and provides interesting visual effects!