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Dynamic Cladding Weekly Digest / 24-28.07.2017

July 28th, 2017|News, Weekly Digest|

We are happy to announce our new rubric – the Dynamic Cladding Weekly Digest. Every week we will summarize the most important construction and architecture news and events, bringing you a synthesized account of what’s happening in the industry during the week. […]

Mechanical Pull and Shear Testing Completed

July 24th, 2017|Cladding, Glass, Stone|

Mechanical pull and shear testing on ventilated cladding kits completed in accordance with ETAG 034. Dynamic Cladding headquarters in London, UK, on April 17, 2017 Dynamic Cladding is pleased to announce that it has successfully completed pull and shear testing, with positive results. The series of tests were conducted with Vinci Technology Centre in Leighton [...]

The Benefits of Choosing Natural Stone

April 12th, 2017|Stone|

Traditionally, natural stone has been the premium choice for interior cladding. Though everybody falls in love with the look and feeling of natural stone, aesthetics are not the only reason for including the material in an architectural project, and interiors should not be the only place it is considered for. Whether it is used for [...]

What are the Advantages of Light Steel Frame (LSF or SFS) Walls?

March 27th, 2017|Cladding|

Light Steel Frame or Steel Framing System is a modern construction method for the quick and easy construction of modern metal framed buildings both offsite and onsite. Off-site pre-fabricated building technology has come a long way with the development of new technologies, insulators, construction methods and cost-effectiveness of production. Onsite construction is both quick and [...]

The Cost Advantages of Cedar Cladding

November 18th, 2016|Cladding, Wood|

Western red cedar is the premium choice for timber cladding being naturally durable and dimensionally stable. This dimensional stability also makes cedar particularly suitable for feather edge cladding. Other timbers such as Siberian larch must be cut much thicker than cedar to prevent twisting and splitting Western red cedar is the premium choice for timber [...]

Leather Interiors and Wall Art

November 18th, 2016|Leather|

Have you ever considered a leather interior and wall art to add some life, color, and spice to a commercial interior design? If not, then the idea of leather interiors and cladding panels should be something that you consider for future architectural designs. Whether you are designing a commercial building, government space, or other industrial [...]

Add Zest to Any Commercial Property with Metal Wall Art for Interiors

November 18th, 2016|Metal, Wall Art|

A business is more than just a place to invite prospective clients. Architects spend countless hours and a great deal of money searching for the perfect furnishings and art to decorate the walls and inspire confidence within these offices and commercial spaces. Yet metal art is often overlooked as an ideal addition to commercial space. [...]

Using Stone Veneer Interiors with Slate or Sandstone

November 18th, 2016|Cladding, Stone|

Using stone for walls is one of the most appealing design aspects for commercial architecture. However, it is also one of the most expensive, or has traditionally been the most expensive design concepts and therefore it has also been, for the most part, not a viable option for most commercial spaces. Modern innovations now allows [...]

Art On Glass Interior Design Can Any Brighten Commercial Interior

November 18th, 2016|Glass|

Many modern commercial spaces make use of glass to create the illusion of more open space, a more welcoming environment for visitors, and to take advantage of natural light. By incorporating the use of art on glass for interior commercial design, today’s businesses can incorporate the traditional appeal of glass with the styling of modern [...]

Balancing Curved Linings in Architectural Design on a Budget

November 18th, 2016|Curved Lingings|

Any architect who has an aesthetic eye to detail can tell you that linear design is fine for standard commercial properties, but what separates one ordinary styled building from one that captures attention and inspires the imagination is using curves, such as curved linings. The problem with this approach, however, is cost. There are few [...]