Buildings have always been ‘remembered’ for the way they look. And it’s usually the exterior view of the building that first catches the attention. As the facade industry evolved over time, many solutions have caught the attention of Architects and Designers. One such interesting solution from RAK Ceramics – Maximus slabs are a robust solution for the external cladding in buildings. An innovative use of RAK Maximus slabs in facades uses the Ventilated Curtain Wall System (VCWS). VCWS is a facade system that is composed of several layers, in which the supporting external wall is provided with a layer that offers protection against extreme weather conditions. The cladding can be made from a wide variety of materials: ceramic, metal, fibre cement, composite panels, natural stone etc. The substructure attaches this façade cladding to the solid outer wall of a building while leaving a gap between the two.
RAK Maximus slabs in VCWS provides high resistance, light weight, ease of installation and maintenance, with a high aesthetic and energy values for buildings. The technological and aesthetics that the range of patterns and finishes that RAK Maximus offers creativity ideas for Architects and Designers. Maximus Floor and Wall is available in 2 thicknesses (6 mm and 10.5 mm) and 3 in gigantic sizes: 120x260cm, 120x240cm and 120x120cm. For more details, click here.
Ventilated Curtain Walls are acknowledged as one of the most sustainable, cost-effective, and technologically advanced facade systems. On top of their outstanding structural and physical advantages, VCWS offer Architects a virtually unlimited range of possibilities for creating striking designs. Hence, VCWS incorporating RAK Ceramics Maximus slabs not only makes the buildings stand-out in design and aesthetics, but also leads to a more efficient solution.
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