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We Need More Glass: Benefits and Use of Glass in Architecture

August 28th, 2017|Cladding, Glass|

In an environment where safety has become one of the most important aspects of construction, glass is a leading material due to a number of reasons. It’s one of the fastest evolving materials, constantly being upgraded to fit futuristic design demands and raising standards. In today’s article we will take a look at some of [...]

Choose the Right Facade Cladding for your Building

August 21st, 2017|Cladding, Glass, Stone|

One of the most important things you can do to improve the lifespan and quality of your building is to choose the right facade cladding. In design, a building’s ability to withstand the passing of time and wear in a sustainable manner is referred to as “post-construction maintainability”. A structure’s maintainability will be in great [...]

Top 5 Projects Using Facade Cladding as a Focal Point

August 14th, 2017|Cladding, Glass, Metal, Stone|

Imagine your finished project through the eyes of passers-by. What’s the first thing they will see? What do they react to before they start interacting with the building? Most probably, it’s the facade cladding. This is the “face” of your project, the representation of all it stands for. It has to be impressive, it has to [...]

Ventilated Facades: Properties, Advantages, Uses

August 7th, 2017|Cladding|

Dynamic Cladding works with practically every material imaginable and is well versed in most forms of design. One of the many facade types we specialize in are glass and stone ventilated facades. Ventilated facades - what are they? Ventilated facades are a type of cladding where a cavity which functions as an air cushion lies [...]

Glass Cladding: How to Pick the Right Colours

August 1st, 2017|Cladding, Glass|

Glass cladding is an obvious choice for commercial buildings - its non-porous weather-resistant surface and fire resistance make it the perfect cladding option when considering longevity of the structure and its safety. It’s also a pretty forgiving material in terms of structural load as it’s very lightweight. The true beauty of glass, though, lies in [...]

DynaPanel Glass Achieves A1 Fireclass

July 28th, 2017|Cladding, Glass|

DynaPanel Glass achieves industry leading A1 Fireclass Dynamic Cladding headquarters in London, UK, April 17, 2017 Dynamic Cladding announces its DynaPanel Glass system has achieved A1 Non-combustible Fireclass to EN13501-1:2007+A1:2009. DynaPanel Glass is now an industry-leading product, possibly the only glass composite cladding system achieving A1 Fireclass. The testing was conducted by Exova Warrington Fire, [...]

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 [...]

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 [...]

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 [...]

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