CREAKTIVE modern and creative ventilated facades

Are you looking for something different for your project? Do you want a different and creative facade?

On a daily basis we investigate new possibilities in colours and textures to make creative and customised skins available to architects, which are possible thanks to the mouldability of our material, engineered stone.

Our engineering supported by the right technology combine to obtain the solutions that best meet our customers' artistic proposals

Discover the customisation possibilities in this video.

There is nothing better to define our possibilities than showing projects in which teamwork between ULMA and the project designers results in great customisation.

Museum of Image and Sound Project, Brazil

Spectacular mosaic with kinetic effect

It was designed by the architectural firm Diller Scofidio + Renfro, of New York, by the architects Elizabeth Diller and Ricardo Scofidio and developed by the studio Indio da Costa, Architecture, Urban Planning, Design and Transport Rio de Janeiro.

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FAZER Project

Innovative 3-dimensional texture for Finland

FAZER, one of the most important Finnish food companies, has incorporated ULMA's ventilated facade solutions for the restoration of the buildings of one of its factories. In collaboration with ULMA's technical department, a totally unique and exclusive texture was developed for the project, inspired by the triangular shapes of one of the brand's star products.

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OLERDOLA Project

Panels with a drawing of a vine leaf for CREAKTIVE facades

Teaching centre located in the Alt Penedés region, among vineyards. ULMA Architectural Solutions' project team, in collaboration with the architect Gustau Gili, developed a panel with customised colour and texture. Colour To obtain the shade closest to the colour of the vineyard, vine leaves were collected from the fields to be sent to the factory to get the exact shade.

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AZAL Project

Customised panels in the shape of fish scales

The challenge was to get the outline of a building used to house a nursery to draw a hedge on the horizon, with the aim of imitating nature. After different trials and tests, the final design of the panel was acheived, developing an innovative ventilated facade system.

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Perforated panels ARQUERÍA Project

Fusion between tradition and innovation

Thanks to the customisation possibilities offered by engineered stone and ULMA's Creaktive range, we were able to develop this project with the most pioneering creative design.

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ESSENTIAL COMPOSITIONS Project

Spectacular metamorphosis using multiple ad hoc formats

Essential Compositions is one of the leading companies in the field of fragrance production. Research and innovation are the company's two mainstays. The whole design project provides added value by offering a contemporary vision of the company. On the facade, ULMA decided on a engineered stone ventilated facade creating volumes designed exclusively for this project.

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GRAN VÍA Project

Renovation of a classic building maintaining its appearance

The architect was looking for a modern solution, incorporating high quality insulation on the outside, whilst maintaining the appearance of the front of the building. With ULMA Ventilated Facade they achieved the desired finish concealing the joints.

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ULMA Project

Organic facade, Paper texture and Bamboo lattice

For the restoration of the facade on our facilities, a multidisciplinary team was created, which worked maintaining the essence of the project adapting to the new architectural trends and new developments in the ventilated facades line. The textures chosen were the "paper" texture in a light colour simulating organic cotton and "sandpaper" texture (charcoal black) for the main area. The latticework has a design in keeping with the paper texture, a bamboo plantation that is enhanced with night lighting.

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