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3D-textile facade

A 3-dimensional textile facade gives buildings a unique cubature and can be individually designed. This is one of the most sustainable facade systems due to its low weight per unit area.

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3D textile facade
Planning &

The planning and design of 3D TEXTILE FACADES requires a high level of know-how and experience. Special textiles are used which, when appropriately produced and prestressed, allow 3D surface covering. Both aesthetic and technical requirements must be taken into account. The construction must ensure high stability and durability, while at the same time achieving an attractive appearance. In addition to structural design, aspects such as weather resistance, fire protection and energy must also be taken into account in the planning phase. With our expertise and many years of experience in the field of 3D TEXTILE FACADES, we are your expert system partner from planning to production and on-site installation.

3D-textile facade
New buildings

In new buildings, more and more architects are opting for the combination of 3D-TEXTILE FACADES as lightweight aluminium fabric systems.
These allow almost limitless design freedom and enable organic shapes and abstract patterns. The special textiles give the facade a 3d surface structure and also provide protection against the weather. The aluminum systems ensure high stability and durability with low weight. The combination of aesthetics and functionality is of great importance in the implementation of 3D-TEXTILE FACADES in new buildings.

3D-textile facade
Functional shell

A 3D-TEXTILE FACADE not only serves as a functional shell for buildings but can also be used as a communication tool. By using special textiles, visually appealing facade designs can be implemented. Textile facades are fully rearventilated and aerated, thereby protecting the substructure from the effects of the weather. In addition, effective shading can be achieved with a 3D-TEXTILE FACADE. This allows the inside of the building to cool down by up to 1.5 degrees Celsius, which is a pleasant side effect, especially in summer. Whether it is a new building or the renovation of an old building, we will be happy to support you in the implementation of your individual project.

textile facade profiles
Profile overview.
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Stuecki Gebaeude 6
AktiveEnergieBuilding Vaduz 1Roland Korner 9495 Triesen
ROMA Silobespannung 5
Tedi Europazentrale PK 11
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textile facade fabric
Fabric overview.
TALA #601
TALA #603
TALA #650
TALA #651
TALA #652
TALA #653
TALA #654
3D-textile facades
Project gallery.
Do you have questions?
A textile facade, sometimes also called a membrane facade, is a classic curtain facade that is stretched in front of the actual building structure. Unlike other building materials, window surfaces can also be spanned, as it is possible to see through the fabric from the inside to the outside.
A textile facade also significantly shades the building and thus offers significant energy advantages. The fabrics used for the construction of a textile facade are made either from high-strength polyester fabrics with PVC coating or from glass fabrics with Teflon coating.
Compared to other materials, textile facades can convince with a very large freedom of design. Both construction forms in two-dimensional design and in three-dimensional forms give planners and architects a wide range of facade designs. In addition, most fabrics can be digitally printed, which is particularly interesting for commercial buildings, but also museums and functional buildings.
Due to the very low weight per unit area of a textile façade (approx. 500gr/m²), the statics of the building, especially in existing buildings, are not heavily burdened. The significant shading effect of a textile facade also contributes significantly to the energy efficiency of a building.
As for other types of facades, this estimate depends on many environmental factors. On average, based on the projects already realized, we can assume an average durability of between 35 and 40 years for unprinted textile facades.
Typico textile facades are essentially made only with polyester/PVC fabrics, which are made from recycled raw materials. The polyester yarns are obtained from used PET bottles and at the end of the facade's life all raw materials can be separated into their components for further use.
It is also worth noting that all fabrics are European made, with a therefore thoroughly low environmental footprint, especially in transport and production. Typico is also proud that the energy needed for the production of the textile facade comes entirely from local renewable sources such as solar and hydroelectric power.
We look forward to your enquiry!
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