Flush with the façade and harmoniously coordinated with each other
For the Aktiv-Plus multi-family house in hybrid construction with timber façade, the Baier company supplied the sliding shutter frames for contemporary and modern shading. The building, designed by Harter + Kanzler Freie Architekten BDA, produces more energy over the year than the tenants need. The sliding shutter frames made of extruded aluminium were fitted with the appropriate wood on site. On the back of the building, the sun protection was planned as an element flush with the façade.
Shading balconies with sliding wooden shutters
The shading elements were planked with wood on the front and back. This planking on both sides guarantees sufficient darkening and, if desired, provides the necessary privacy. On the front of the building, the colour-contrasting sliding shutters act as shade for the balconies. Manually operated, the shutters can be moved and placed as required.
Sustainable wooden sliding shutters
The quarter ensemble presents differently designed building fronts – clinkered or greened facades alternate with glass and wooden facades. Building with wood contributes significantly to climate protection and the energy turnaround, is resource-efficient and renewable. The sliding shutters with wooden infill therefore fitted perfectly into the planning concept.
Baier is flexible – here’s to good cooperation
At the Federal Horticultural Show in Heilbronn, there was a lot to discover in terms of horticulture and architecture. Discover the colourful variety of moving light and shade elements at Baier. We are the right partner for you if you want something “special”. We plan, produce and assemble our products ourselves. This makes us flexible – in price and performance. We deliver as required, e.g. as here for the house of the Federal Garden Show City Exhibition only the “sliding shutter system”. The planking of the shutters for the Aktiv-Plus apartment building was done by the local façade builder. We think good cooperation brings the desired success.