CUPACLAD Design promotes façade design in natural slate

  • 7 Nov 2016

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CUPA PIZARRAS has announced the launch of CUPACLAD Design. The ventilated façade systems have been designed to combine the aesthetic of slate rainscreen cladding with contemporary configurations.

The CUPACLAD collection aspires to emphasise the natural beauty of slate – a popular construction material which is both environmentally-friendly and durable – by taking inspiration from current architectural trends and contemporary culture.

Developed in response to the demand for more sustainable façade systems, the system can be adapted to suit a variety of projects, such as building renovations, new housing developments and commercial building projects.

It combines alternative fastening methods and slate formats, ensuring its adaptability.


CUPACLAD DesignManufactured with tectonic slate, CUPACLAD Design has been designed as durable and lightweight. It can be cut and shaped to meet specific architectural visions.

The range encompasses a range of finishes, which can be created by combining different profiles, configurations and sizes of rainscreen cladding systems.

CUPA PIZARRAS has launched three renders, which each showcase a modern concept. Each month, the company will release a new concept for the benefit of avant-garde architects seeking a dynamic approach to sustainable architecture.

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