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Ventilated Façades

Ventilated façades promote natural ventilation, regulate temperature and moisture, and shield building interiors from external factors. They are an effective and energy-efficient exterior wall system that improves indoor air quality and reduces energy costs.

The application of a ventilated wall system to the facade of a building is a highly efficient method of exterior coverage that effectively addresses issues related to weather conditions, humidity, insulation, and noise levels, providing comprehensive protection and enhancing overall building performance.


The exterior of a building is not only crucial for structural integrity but also to safeguard the building’s interior. Curtain walls provide a durable and efficient solution to protect against external elements.

The benefits of ventilated wall systems are numerous and well-documented, making them a popular choice in modern architecture. With GlassArt, customers can enjoy a turn-key solution for their ventilated wall projects, from design to installation and ongoing assistance. In addition to offering protection against weather conditions and humidity, ventilated walls also offer energy efficiency, acoustic insulation, and improved indoor air quality. By regulating temperature and moisture levels, ventilated walls can help reduce energy costs and improve the overall comfort of the building’s occupants.

Key Features

Ventilated façades have an air gap between the cladding material and the building's exterior wall that allows for natural ventilation. This helps regulate temperature and moisture, improving indoor air quality and reducing energy costs.

Ventilated façades offer a wide variety of cladding material options, including natural stone, ceramic, metal, glass, and wood. This allows for maximum customization to match the building's design and style.

Ventilated walls tend to increase the reflection of external noise as the particular construction, consisting of layers of facing, air gap, and insulating material, ensures a certain level of acoustic absorption. This results in superior acoustic comfort for the building's occupants.