Facades—anything but superficial
Hardly any area of architecture develops as dynamically as the building shell: The facades of the future are all-rounders that can be flexibly adapted to environmental influences.
The facade of a building is, so to speak, the visiting card of the architect. But it is much more than that. The catalog of requirements for them is getting longer and longer: The facade must not only provide a representative effect, but at the same time protect against wind and weather, regulate the supply of light and moisture, and improve energy efficiency—around the clock. This is possible only if rigid thought structures are abandoned. A good thing therefore that sliding technology facilitates flexible and smart solutions.