CUPA PIZARRAS’ revolutionary ventilated facade system in natural slate, CUPACLAD, is ideal for creating an efficient and elegant facades.
This innovative facade, in which natural slate is allowed to stand out, offers multiple advantages and also ensures an original finish.
CUPACLAD sees the advantages of natural slate; durability, sustainability and performance, combined with new fixing systems and the efficiency of the ventilated facade.
CUPACLAD systems will make sure your house is isolated from outside temperatures and noise, whilst eradicating thermal bridges, avoiding condensation and lower energy consumption.
Great examples of natural slate being seen in action include Villa P, an impressive 195 square metre house in Denmark (below photo), which shows how it can be applied on both roof and façade and the Floating House; near Bilbao, Spain, this showcasing the perfect partnership between design and natural materials, with natural slate, wood, stone and glass conjuring a unique and avant-garde space.
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