We at Lindner are able to integrate an enormous range of cladding materials and features into our facades to make a building become a unique architectural masterpiece. Let you inspire by our galleries and give your thoughts free rein!
Metal components of various different types may be included in the building envelope for giving it a special character.
GRC, Stone and Terracotta
Glass Fibre Reinforced Concrete, stone or terracotta rainscreens are another possibility for giving the building optical changes and varieties across the building envelope.
Fins and sunshades
Fins and blinds may be utilised for both controlling the entering daylight as well as creating a unique optical appearance.
In order to create healthier urban environments more and more buildings contain of facade integrated plants and greening.
Under certain circumstances also features out of wood or wood imitations may become part of the façade, but of course only when they are consistent with fire safety.
Lindner as Guest at ZAK Engineered Timber Envelopes
26.01.2022 - On 10 February 2022, an event of the "ZAK World of Façades" will take place on the topic of "Engineered Timber Envelopes". Jeppe Hundevad from the Lindner Group will present the new Lindner ECO_N® hybrid element façade – a building envelope made of wood and aluminium. read more
Lindner Architectural Cladding for Munch Museum in Oslo
02.12.2021 - After six years of construction, the Munch Museum Oslo opened its doors last month: the capital of Norway thus received a new landmark for the works of its most famous artist, designed by the Spanish architecture firm Estudio Herreros. Lindner produced 4,018 metal panels for the building's façade. read more
BEMO: Extraordinary Hotel Project in France
01.07.2021 - Lindner subsidiary BEMO, a specialist for façades and roofs, is part of a hotel project with 42 unique aluminium cocoons on the estate of the Château des Pères in Brittany, France. These will serve as hotel rooms in the future and offer a breath taking view of the surrounding nature. read more