Aliva: rainscreen systems and ventilated facades, from design to construction
We develop customised solutions for rainscreen systems or ventilated facades
in response to specific requests and problems, by engineering and implementing all kinds of architectural ideas in the field of building envelope design.
A strong commitment to the “tailored” approach is combined with a vast catalogue of original solutions, tried and tested in over thirty years of direct on-site experience: a know-how employed in the service of “made-to-measure” design, for finely tailored solutions to clothe the most daring of projects.
To ensure the quality of our services and consultancy for rainscreen systems
and the appropriate level of technical and design assistance during the installation phase anywhere in the world, we work closely with our local companies and with dealers of proven reliability.
Our mission is to allow the designer to realise his vision of a building envelope, with no limitations on his choice of material, technology or aesthetics for rainscreen systems
or ventilated facades
, adopting a highly tailored approach that includes both "prêt-à-porter" solutions which can be applied to the project easily and quickly, and fully "tailored" solutions, to create a unique, exclusive and highly fashionable "look".
Rainscreen system (or ventilated facade): the main reasons for choosing it
or ventilated facade
is the answer to different issues, including:
the growing need for sustainable development as a solution to the environmental emergency;
the reduction of energy consumption in buildings;
the application of new technologies in construction;
the need to upgrade existing assets.
In its narrowest definition, a rainscreen system is a dry-built screen in which the interspace between the cladding and the wall is designed to allow the natural flow of air using the "chimney effect". But in our interpretation it is not merely an internal - external diaphragm but rather a dynamic filter that is the expression of an architectural "language" capable of properly satisfying the needs of well-being and comfort in a sustainable manner.