We can also quickly construct single-family houses that are easily modified to meet changing needs. We combine the advantages of a prefab system with the vision of a house tailored to individual requirements. Particularly when the client expects large, freely arranged spaces combined with a beautiful view.
OpenDeck is ideally suited to the requirements of server rooms. The high strength of the ceiling, the long span and the possibility of installing efficient air conditioning in the ceiling space make our ceiling ideal for this application. In addition, our construction is considerably cheaper than solid ceilings designed for such facilities.
The large span is ideal for the needs of commercial pavilions, particularly if you want to extend them with another function or equip them with photovoltaics.
The OpenDeck ceiling is ideal for suspending custom equipment. Lighting, catwalks, curtains, everything can be suspended from the ceiling even without using a drill.
The ideal addition to halls, e.g. in steel construction, of an office or production area. Everything changes quickly in industry. Thus, our space can always be easily adapted to new challenges.
Large spaces in schools are optimal for our system.
The OpenDeck system was developed with office space in mind. It allows space to be divided up freely and allows for quick changes without incurring reconstruction costs.
In addition to pure financial savings, OpenDeck offers the possibility of designing in line with the latest trends in sustainable and green building. The system allows the architect the freedom to shape the façade. It is possible to use traditional brickwork, a glass façade or to apply system cornices which provide fire protection and at the same time form the basis for expanding the façade with advertising panels, plant pots, balconies or photovoltaic balustrades. Interestingly, the cornices are prepared in such a way that their fitting with additional elements may take place during the use of the building.
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