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EFFICIENCY, FUNCTIONALITY AND AESTHETICS WITH ULMA’S VENTILATED FACADE

ULMA has participated in the refurbishment of the Diocesan House of Malaga, where it installed its polymer concrete ventilated facades.

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ULMA has participated in the refurbishment of the Diocesan House of Malaga, where it installed its polymer concrete ventilated facades, respecting the original appearance of the building while contributing to its efficiency and functionality.

The objective was to improve the efficiency of the buildings, but maintaining aesthetic consistency with the building’s original appearance and its environment. This is why the selected texture was Earth and the selected colour was porphyry from the Vanguard range.

This solution has contributed numerous benefits to the installations, as the exterior thermal insulation protects the building from adverse weather conditions and will result in significant energy savings. All of this, translates into a more comfortable and healthy environment for the final users, thanks to the ventilated facade system.

The biggest challenge in the project was the execution time, as it was implemented over 10 weeks during which 900 m2 of polymer concrete panels were installed.


DEVELOPER: Diocesan House of Malaga.
ARCHITECTS: Arquitectura de Guardia.
TEXTURE: Earth, Vanguard Range.
COLOUR: P05
SURFACE: 900 m2
FORMAT: 1800x500 and 1800x800
City: Málaga
Country: España
Products used: Polymer concrete ventilated facades, Vanguard range.
Project type: Restoration