How to use Metal as an aesthetic material in Residential Building

How to use Metal as an aesthetic material in Residential Building

Metal as an aesthetic material in Residential Building

  • Window grill:

Metal window grills are part of a tradition and integrating security features with attractive designs. They have become more popular over the years. They are available in a variety of sizes, shapes, and degrees of ornateness. detailed metal window grills do have many advantages.

The most common material used to make window grills is steel, aluminum, and iron. But, today window grills are generally made of steel that is bright steel or mild steel because of its durability, sturdiness and also because it can be customized to various shapes and sizes.

  • Canopy:

     Canopies have been adding shelter for many years. Nowadays canopy comes in various shapes, sizes. And is made up of various materials. For typical projects such as a metal canopy, aluminum is the metal of choice. It survives well in the outdoors and is much more affordable and easy to work with the steel, brass, or copper. For outdoor decorations, you may choose brass or copper, and for structural supports, you may want to work with stainless steel. Metal canopies add to your curb appeal, creating an element of unique designs and lettering. They are endlessly customization and easily changed as the occupant's change.

 CANOPY – AT VERANDAH

A metal canopy will last for decades while providing the perfect place to shelter. Canopies can be attached or free-standing add-ons to the buildings, providing a cost-effective covered space. Canopies are used for carports, to protect the vehicle from hail damage or keep it cooler in the sun.  Canopies are perfect toppers for an outdoor verandah, at the entrance area, and car parking. covered patio or a greenhouse enclosure to expand the space in your building. Canopies over doors and windows can help minimize the heat and light from the sun, saving energy and lowering your utility bills.

 

Canopy at Verandah
  • Railings:

More and more, a metal railing is not just being recognized for support and safety via its strength and stability, it is gaining acceptance for its aesthetics.

“Its versatility and ability enhance any setting aesthetically,” says the team at Trex.

Metal railing, styling for contemporary projects due to sleek and modern appeal. Also traditional and intricate. When selecting railing,
• Ensure that it matches the design of the project, and carefully consider the infill material. Glass panels can add lightness and visibility, while other materials, such as metal mesh or cable, can create the impression of the Industrial look. The right combination of metal railing and infill material will provide a safe, secure railing, while also enhancing the aesthetics of the space.
Each of these metals has different properties and look. Some of the commonly used metals for railings are stainless steel, Aluminium, Brass, Copper, Wrought iron. These railings are used for Internal staircase, External staircase as well as Balconies.

Railing

Gate:

The material you choose for your home’s gate must be able to withstand wind, rain, and sunlight and at the same time have the strength to keep robbers out.
Residential property owners prefer metal gates of large openings that are made of steel.
A large proportion of the domestic market for gates is made from metal, the vast majority being made from steel, the remainder from wrought iron, and cast iron. People prefer metal gates because they are more durable and there are many designs available in the market.

• Cost and Efficiency
Metal doors are less expensive than other doors. Steel doors are typically more energy-efficient because they have higher insulating values, so they’re better at keeping conditioned air inside your home and outdoor air outside.

• Installation
Metal doors are typically finished at the factory with a baked-on polyester finish or vinyl coating that doesn’t require further finishing by you at installation.

Types of metal

The four types of metal that are most commonly used are:

  • Steel: It is affordable and but not long-lasting. Usually supplied hot-drip galvanized to provide a robust finish.
  • Aluminum: Its sheet thin and tough layer that protects against corrosion.
  • Zinc: Highly durable and weathers to an aesthetically-pleasing lead-like hue if
    left untreated.
  • Copper: Capable of achieving long lifespans, and requires very little
    maintenance.

  • Skylight/Pergola:

A skylight adds natural light to metal building that tends to be long and deep is one way to positively impact the well-being of the people working inside these facilities. Not only that, but it can also help in saving electrical lighting costs. Installing skylights in a residential building brings a taste of the outdoors in and brightens up the environment with natural light. Energy-Skylight enhances the quality of light and air into the structure. Also, suits provide diffuse lighting and heat source. It adds beauty and a pattern of lights in the building.

Pergola

FENCING:

  • Durability

It offers more durability and stability than other materials. At some Instance their major forces, metal frames won’t warp or crack.

  • Style and Appearance

It is available in various sizes, patterns, and customizes metal as required. Metal fencing the way they want. Metal fencing gives a bold and brutal appearance.

Top architects recommend choosing the right material. Metal is a flexible material that would possibly change the face of the architecture. And Metal, in turn, creates structures that are Durable, Resistant and Sustainable.

Mr. Vijay Machigud

Mr. Vijay Machigud

The central wall projection with brick cladding breaks the harmony of the facade, giving it a very subtle look. the pergola and materials, embraces the facade, giving it a sense of uniquness.

Concept: A beautiful villa concept with partial slope and modern planning, with duplex house with garden in front. The slope towards the top balances the entire facade, Making it more elegant.The box projection, Uplifts the bay windows in the facade, Giving it a very elegant look.Verticals in front, Allows diffused light inside and creates light and shadow effect.
Project Type: contemporary house style
Location: kanakpura road
Plot size: 40×60
Built up area: 4000 sft
Project cost: 1.5 crore

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Villa for Mr. Ravichandran

A three storey colonial style house with a colonnaded porch

• Location : Sahakarnagar ,Bangalore
• Plot size: 60’ x 40’
• Built up area: 5000 sft
• Project cost: 1.5 crores

Concept: The colonial style house with double height classical columns provides a royal look to the elevation. The entrance consists of semi circular stairs leading right up to the entrance door. The interiors of the house is contained with spacious living spaces along with terrace garden and a swimming pool.

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