Modern perforation technology used for historical surroundings

Cloth Hall, Glogów

Museum building

Architects: CCI Architekci Sp. z o.o.

Founded in the 10th century, Glogów is one of the oldest towns in Poland. Adjacent to the Town Hall is the excavation site of a medieval cloth hall. To protect and preserve the excavation site, a building has been constructed with a facade of glass and perforated steel sheets from RMIG. Intricate perforation patterns have been used to depict medieval scenes – an excellent example of modern technology being used to create historical surroundings.

Technical characteristics

Raw material: Sendzimir galvanised steel
Pattern: RMIG ImagePerf
Thickness: 2.0 mm
Surface treatment: Powder coating
Finishing operation: Bending    Email: [email protected]

Photos received from: fot. Patryk Kosciolko


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