Trimo curved and segmented facades

In nature when something reaches a high level of complexity it tends to generate new shapes. This is unique to the world of biology, but is also present in architectural design.


We can draw a parallel line between the contemporary façade envelope and the learning process used by students of art and architecture. From simple geometric shapes of various compositions there is a slow transition to into complex curved forms. Following this rule it is clear that the next evolutionary step for a square would be, empowered by various impulses, the ellipse. 

Similar transformations can also be seen within building façade evolution. Various design principles as attracting, dividing, connection of heights, blurring the façade – roof edges, omitting sharp edges, optimal wrap versus maximum interior volume are all influencing the appearance of the design envelope. All these new requirements mean technical parameters tend to be more demanding but they are also extremely interesting and challenging.

The contemporary façade envelope is no longer right-angled. It wants to be attractive, organically shaped, borderless and adoptable. In recent years Trimo has been working intensively to react on these trends. With its curved and segmented façade product portfolio Trimo is now winning the most demanding project worldwide.
 

McLaren Production Centre, UK
Galeria Ostrovia, PL
Galeria Ostrovia, PL
Porsche Center Knokke, Belgium
Sochi Passengers Terminal, Russia
McLaren Production Centre, UK