a range of architectural façade systems to create stunning designs that meet both the client's budget and fire safety regulations
Architectural façades enhance the aesthetic of buildings by using different designs and methods of manufacture. As well as being aligned to clients’ visions and budgets, it is important that architectural façade systems – whether made up of solid panels, vertical fins or expanded mesh - comply with building and fire regulations.
Maple's in-house design and pre-construction team carries out desktop simulation, detailed calculations and real-life lab tests to ensure our systems are fire-safe and structurally sound.
MS2000 - Linear façade
Linear façade systems are made up of aluminium or timber fins to create a decorative feature on a building envelope. Linear façades are often used as solar shading for office or educational buildings.
MS2000 Twisted fin façade
Twisted fin façades are powder-coated or polished to create visual impact. Our twisted fin façades feature spring-loaded brackets on multi-storey car parks to absorb building movement.
MS3000 Perforated panel façade
Powder-coated and anodised solid panels are a simple and effective way to meet a client’s vision and budget on a project. Solid panels also form part of rainscreen cladding systems to protect the exterior of a building.
ms4000 solid panel façade
Powder-coated and anodised solid panels are a simple and effective solution to meet the clients vision and budget on a project. Solid panels are also part of rainscreen cladding systems to protect the exterior of a building.
MS5000 EXPANDED MESH façade
Expanded mesh is a lightweight system for architectural façades. Panels can be positioned horizontally or vertically to allow light and ventilation into multi-storey car parks, and to allow petrol fumes to escape.