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Arval launches a breath-of-fresh-air facade


A stainless steel façade with lumps in all the right places has been launched to UK specifiers by Arval from Arcelor Construction.

The Oxygen panels, which are not only perforated but punctuated with voluptuous mounds and craters (more technically known as positive and negative spheres), were originally developed with French architects SCAU for a market in Grenoble. When launched at the Batimat trade exhibition the response was so good, it was decided to make them available through architects and specifiers for external elevations here.

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