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World of Kalzip

Kalzip has produced another very high quality International Project Reference Book entitled ‘Architecture Metal Inspiration’. With over 40 years of aluminium standing seam system experience, this 184 page hardback publication illustrates the innovative design, product variety, manufacturing quality and technical support that is naturally associated with Kalzip installations throughout the world - from Singapore to Spain and from Canada to China.

Dozens of amazing and visually stimulating projects are featured - each is accompanied by at least one large colour photograph, a description of the building design, details of the Kalzip materials used for the envelope and an acknowledgement of the well-renowned architect responsible for the creative concept.

As well as showcasing a variety of projects with tapered and smooth curved Kalzip sheets, there are also many others where the architect has specified the revolutionary Kalzip XT profiled sheets. These exemplas show the tremendous versatility of Kalzip XT profiled sheets which, combined with the company’s sophisticated computer modelling and advanced computer controlled roll-forming technology, demonstrate how it’s possible to transform complex computer generated designs and structural principles into free-flowing architectural reality.

The array of projects encompasses a wide range of Kalzip colours, textures and finishes including Titancolour, AluPlusZinc and AluPlusPatina. There are also a number of over-cladding and solar projects depicted in the book with others showing Kalzip’s TF800R and FC façade systems and the use of Falzinc foldable aluminium.

To obtain your free copy of this impressive new International Project Reference Book while stocks last, please visit: www.kalzip.com

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