Medusa Residence, Bucharest, Romania
Ceramic cladding layout case study
A solution for coursed pattern featuring vertical 50% staggered joints
BILDA fixing system's standard solutions can be easily customized to meet any project needs. One practical example of this feature in action is Medusa Residence, a gated neighborhood with 14 240m2, 20mm thick ceramic panels - "landscape" oriented. The whole project is designed with a facade coursed pattern with vertical staggered joints.
Project: Medusa Residence | Bucharest
Architect: Badih & Kantar Architects Contractor & cladding installer: Quadra Casa
Facade consultant: BILDA Team Year of Construction: 2023-2024
Substructure: BILDA Rainscreen Fixing System
Cladding: Ceramic panels 600/1200/20 mm
The facade pattern with vertical staggered joints is the major project challenge. BILDA's task is to introduce a practical, low-cost, and fast-to-install solution.
In landscape-oriented panels, cladding lead profiles are placed along the vertical joints. When some of the rows are offset/staggered, the amount of profiles need to be doubled.
A profile behind the main rows joint only is BILDA solution in such a case. Offset row panels are fixed to the substructure in the middle with the extreme ends attached to the neighboring upper and lower panels with a "stagger" clip.
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