As part of sustainable building concepts, green facades reduce the negative ecological impact and help to protect the climate and environment. With I-SYS, X-TEND and GREENCABLE, Carl Stahl Architecture offers a diverse repertoire of varying trellis systems made of stainless steel wire ropes and cable mesh.
The growing awareness of environmental and climate protection is increasingly being expressed in sustainable architectural concepts that unite ecological/economic elements with aesthetic design. In this context, green facades have a dual purpose - the products are visually attractive with lush coverage, magnificent blossoms and changing colours over the seasons, and also store warmth in winter and ensure cooling in the summer. They provide natural sound protection and protect the facade from the damaging effects of dirt and weather.
Facade cladding by Carl Stahl Architecture is an expression of responsible dealings with nature. With a simple design, easy to plan and straightforward to assemble, the greenery systems - made of stainless steel cables and cable mesh - are perfect for different types of facades and plants.
One example is the Kolleksjesintrum Fryslân in Leeuwarden, the Netherlands, which houses the collections of five museums of the Dutch province of Friesland in one central spot. Surrounded by a newly shaped natural landscape with domestic plant types, a green shell will grow around the museum storage centre over the coming years. Covering a space of over 1,000m2, the 4mm-thick I-SYS wire ropes guide the plants along the right path, shaping the way they grow.