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14. August 2013

Coloured mesh and architecture

Since ancient times, the concept of colour has played a prominent role in architecture. At the start of the 20th century, artists and architects like Paul Klee or Le Corbusier then recognised the importance of colour as an interior design element, something which remains to this day. However, the use or intentional non-use of colour in architecture is subject to fashion and trends, influenced by social and political effects.

Over the last few years, the use of colour for facades and interior spaces has once again been gaining ground. New technologies and materials are allowing previously unknown design possibilities to be tapped. The increased awareness of and sensitivity to the importance of nature is also providing further stimulus in this regard. With functionality that has been proven in many pioneering projects, the metallic mesh produced by GKD – Gebr. Kufferath AG is making a contribution to accentuated expression in modern building culture with its colour textures.

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