The ventilated facade is a cladding system that uses mechanical anchors to fix the porcelain stoneware surfaces to the walls of the building through an aluminum structure.
Energy saving, living comfort and protection from atmospheric agents: ventilated facades are an effective solution for different applications and are increasingly used to effectively insulate buildings.
The latest trend in ventilated facades are large slabs, the result of the most advanced research in the field of ceramics, which skillfully combines the aesthetic features with the technical performance of porcelain stoneware.
The use of large slabs for ventilated facades is an architectural choice characterized by maximum design versatility. A true “eco-friendly outfit” for the external cladding of residential and commercial environments: high-performance, low maintenance surfaces with a homogeneous appearance. Each slab is made with the same extraordinary attention to every detail, creating the best aesthetic and functional look for each project.
Mirage Engineering, a division specializing in the design of ventilated facades and raised floors, provides valuable technical assistance throughout all stages of the work, from the first draft of the project to the installation. Production controls and technical assistance add value to the Mirage experience and service, whose projects have been tried and tested around the world.