When you rely on wall panels or other fixtures, you want the entire design to appear as though it is incorporated with the wall, rather than something that has been added on as an afterthought. Dynamic Cladding has been using invisible fixing for steel cladding panels for years and the results are nothing short of phenomenal.
Wall panels or cladding panels are inherently designed to provide depth and dimension to a room. Whether you choose leather or wood style cladding panels, steel or even glass glazing, relying on standard bolts as fixings for these designs, they will give off a different impression on the finished product.
Using Visible Fixings Instead of Invisible
When relying on visible bolts and fixings for panels, the smooth façade, or design, of the panels will need to take into account these fixings. Whether using bolts as fixings, rivets, or screws, they are inherently visible and can take away from the overall design of the panels, leaving a more commercial style and impression behind.
When you rely on architectural invisible fixings for wall panels, you are met with the satisfaction of knowing that the pure design that you’ve worked hard to develop is what will be presented as the finished product.
Why Invisible Fixings are Important
The finest furniture manufacturers in the world go through great effort to hide the materials that join different parts of the furniture. From hand stitched Italian leather to hand crafted mahogany desks and more, the goal is to present the most polished, finished product to the consumer and those that will use the furniture.
The same concept is employed when adding cladding panels, wood panels, metal panels, and other fixtures to the walls and ceilings. Using invisible fixings for steel cladding panels, for instance will allow you to enjoy the complete appearance of those steel panels and for them to appear as though they were incorporated directly into the construction of the room itself.
How Do Invisible Fixings Work?
The basic concept of architectural invisible fixings for wall panels is that the panel itself is supported by a series of cylindrical pins. These pins are aligned so that the panel is supported at symmetrical points. By relying on this even weight distribution, the panels can appear to be affixed to the wall or floating on their own.
In order to learn more about invisible fixings for steel cladding panels, please take a look at Dynamic-cladding.com.
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