A colored façade demonstrates the way that the functional aspects of architecture blend with the esthetic nuances that turn a building, whether it’s a magnificent structure or a simple residence, into wholeness. In order for the esthetics to be fully displayed, the architecture must exhibit structural integrity. Architectural facades have a specific function that’s much more than the strength and durability of polycarbonate, more than energy efficiency or ease of installation. The building where you work may be no more than the place where you go each day so that you can afford a place to live. But what if both structures, your workplace and your home, fulfill a deeper need within you? What if what you want from the physical edifices where you live can exemplify your commitment to sustainability, your need to live and work in a safe environment, and that intangible, internal desire for beauty? Such aspirations are no longer seen as irrelevant, and Danpal, with a business presence on five continents, has absorbed the diversity of those varying climates and cultures. We develop systems and manufacture products which meet the expectations of the architects and their clients. The architectural facades by Danpal are just one of the ways in which our company offers complete satisfaction.
The Role of a Colored Façade in Architecture
Visual senses are stimulated by the way that color is integrated within architectural facades. Danpal has created a palette of colors, finishes, and textures to enhance the foundation of construction. The right blend of colors can conjure a sense of vitality that allows a building to come alive within the confines of its setting. When colors move from cooler tones to warmer ones, architectural facades create a sense of movement. The power of the imagination is most completely on display when the physical dimensions of a building are in harmony with the shades of the colored façade. The perception of beauty may be limited to the eye of the beholder, but a well-designed building that employs color and design is a fit setting for the work that goes on within its walls..
Colored Facades and Energy Efficiency
No client would be satisfied with an architectural design that only delivered on esthetics. Today’s consumers expect the buildings in which we work and live to meet the needs of the environment and the expectations of all who live and work within that structure. Danpal, working with the creed of Global Vision, Local Focus, understands that architectural facades, as much as skylights, roofing systems, and any other feature of construction, fulfill a purpose.
There once was a time when architects depended upon glass to convey the esthetic beauty that they wanted their designs to nurture. But glass fails the energy efficiency test. Polycarbonate, on the other hand, is strong enough to withstand the punishing effects of wind, snow, rain and even sunlight. At the same time, a color façade made of polycarbonate offers superior insulating capabilities which glass lacks.
Danpal, a trailblazer in the construction industry, has a research and development team that can unite sound manufacturing practices with contemporary environmental standards. Sustainability is a concept which increasingly defines the lifestyles of consumers who are aware that in order to support the needs of our fragile planet, we must affirm our commitment to these principles.
Architectural Facades, Construction, and Comfort
Danpal’s dedication to customer satisfaction is based upon our commitment to excellence. Regulations and standards and building codes must be met. Performance must conform to the needs of the building. Attention to environmental needs is a priority. But it doesn’t end there. How do you, the customer, feel about the buildings where you spend the bulk of your day, working and living? Are you comfortable within the walls of those structures? Does your home, office, workplace enhance your productivity and sense of wellbeing?
That’s the Danpal goal: a better building environment for a happier you!