Completion of production and assembly of the Mega Brands facade in Koszalin, Morska Street

Completed newly constructed building with structural façade, entrance door and all-glass roof in Koszalin.

A structural façade is a structural element of a building that has both a structural and an aesthetic function. It serves to carry the loads of the building and also provides the outer skin of the building. Structural facades are mainly used in high-rise buildings, where their strength and functionality are crucial.

A structural façade has many advantages, such as:

  1. Strength and stability - the structural façade has a load-bearing function, allowing external loads to be transferred directly to the building structure.
  2. Cost-effectiveness - a structural façade can replace traditional structural and finishing elements, reducing construction costs and time.
  3. Aesthetics - a structural façade can take on a variety of forms and colours to create an original and attractive appearance for a building.
  4. Optimum use of space - a structural façade takes up less space than traditional structural and finishing elements, allowing for more usable building space.
  5. Easy to maintain - a structural façade is easy to maintain and does not require frequent repairs and maintenance.

The cost of a structural façade depends on many factors, such as the material, colour, size and complexity of the project, the construction site and the costs associated with transport and installation. It is a complex process that requires an individual approach to each project. Typically, the cost of a square metre of structural façade starts at a few hundred zlotys, but can go up to several thousand zlotys, depending on the requirements and specifications of the project. It is worth consult with a designer or structural façade specialist to obtain an accurate quote.


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