> Interlocking joints can be formed on flat or curved surfaces.
> Possibility to vary the look according to the thickness (from 0.4 to 1.5 mm).
> Possibility to combine a variety of surface finishes on a single facade.
This technique is defined by its linear line obtained by interlocking sheets together using lozenge, square or rectangular shapes. Thickness is chosen as a function of the size of the elements and answers all architectural demands. Panels are fixed on continuous and rigid wooden support or onto secondary framework. Assembled on site or off-site in a workshop from stainless steel sheets, these facade elements are fixed together on each of the four folded sides.
Example of interlocking panel / shingle
Flatness can vary according to format and thickness chosen.