A complex facade geometry with an extremely sophisticated design, parametric design methods and coordinated machining sequences available now for the first time in the system
Schüco’s parametric system represents the next level of development of Schüco facade systems in three-dimensional building envelopes that allow for considerable design freedom. Based on parametric design methods and on the general systemic approach, the Schüco parametric system ensures maximum creative freedom for designers, great manufacturing reliability for manufacturers and transparency in costs for customers.
To redefine design reliability
Schüco 3D design and specification tools provide reliable and efficient support throughout all stages of design and construction – from the initial idea to the finished building. Interfaces to popular 3D design programs and architectural modeling software ensure rapid and reliable design, implementation, and secure data transfer with machine control and installation instructions.
Every single area of the three-dimensional building envelopes can be designed with flat surfaces.
- Aluminum facade with a high degree of thermal insulation with Uf values up to 0.4 W / (m²K)
- Schüco 3D design tools: to link parameterization to other tools, such as building energy simulation
- Surface elements are transparent or opaque to provide shading; ability to add functions such as natural light control or solar power generation
- Custom three-dimensional architectural solutions – no area restrictions thanks to the flexibility of the component library
- Solar radiation and shading, natural light optimization, view and transparency can all be used as design elements
- Elegant structural curtain walls with extremely thin joints for double and triple glazing
- The combined use of other design tools creates new possibilities for generating parametric shapes
- Element dimensions (W x H): maximum 1500 mm x 4000 mm
- Possibility of integrating existing Schüco functional solutions without changing the system: for example, ventilation panels that can be opened, decentralized ventilation units and integrated photovoltaic modules