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Non-structural: Curtain walls are designed as external cladding systems that do not bear the weight of the building. They serve as an enclosure or barrier, separating the interior from the exterior environment.
Lightweight: Curtain walls are typically lightweight, using materials like aluminum frames, glass panels, and thin cladding materials. This helps to reduce the overall weight on the building structure.
Large Glass Areas: Curtain walls often feature extensive glass areas, allowing ample natural light to enter the building and providing occupants with panoramic views. This creates a sense of openness and connection to the surrounding environment.
Customizable Design: Curtain walls offer design flexibility, allowing architects to create unique and visually appealing building exteriors. They can be customized with various cladding materials, finishes, and configurations to achieve desired aesthetics.
Weather Resistance: Curtain walls are designed to withstand environmental elements such as wind, rain, and temperature changes. They provide a protective barrier that keeps the interior spaces safe and comfortable.
Thermal Efficiency: Modern curtain walls incorporate thermal insulation features to enhance energy efficiency. This helps to reduce heat transfer and minimize energy consumption for heating and cooling.
Acoustic Performance: Depending on the design and materials used, curtain walls can offer sound insulation, reducing external noise transmission and creating a quieter indoor environment.
Modular Construction: Curtain walls are often assembled in modules off-site, allowing for faster installation and minimizing on-site construction time. This helps to streamline the building process.
Maintenance Considerations: Curtain walls may require periodic maintenance to ensure their performance and appearance. Proper cleaning, inspection, and repair of seals, gaskets, and joints are essential for long-term durability.
Overall, curtain walls provide a balance between aesthetics and functionality, offering architectural freedom, energy efficiency, and weather protection to modern buildings.
A curtain wall is a non-load-bearing exterior wall cladding that is hung to the exterior of the building, usually spanning from floor to floor. Curtain wall vertical framing members run past the face of floor slabs, and provision for anchorage is typically made at vertical framing members only.
Generally speaking, there are two main types of curtain wall systems, unitized curtain wall and stick curtain wall.
Whereas curtain walling is usually made from an aluminium frame with large glass panes, cladding can be made from a variety of different materials. Some popular cladding materials include wood, metal, concrete, and reinforced PVCu.
China Architecture Design & Research Group (CADG) was established in 1952. As the Central Design Company of China, CADG has always been providing professional technological and consultative service that promotes the development of building industry in China, consolidating its role as a leading design enterprise in the industry with its great influence, professional talents, advanced technological ability and high market share.
Guangzhou Urban Planning Exhibition Center is a comprehensive center for exhibition, training, salon, education, and public affairs in Guangzhou, China. It was designed in 2007 by Mr. He Jingtang, a well-known Chinese architect, whose works include the Chinese Pavilion for Expo 2010 held in Shanghai and later reopened as the China Art Museum.
Togen’s stone pattern aluminum roller coating panel was applied in the facade of this project, with four types of panels including flat shape, grooved shape, triangular shape, and checkered shape. Total area around 9000M2. The stone pattern on the surface of the aluminum panel is very realistic, even if you look closely, it is difficult to distinguish. Through Togen's superb processing and production, this building stands out among the surrounding areas, showing a high-level and elegant style.