Printable Technical Textiles war an der weltweit ersten Stickoxid absorbierenden Fassade (NOx) beteiligt, die in Hamburg montiert wurde. Diese Innovation passt sehr gut zu unserer Leidenschaft für bedruckte technische Textilien im Langzeitgebrauch.

Gestartet wurde das Projekt von der ECE, dem deutschen Marktführer für individuelle Immobilienkonzepte und Vorreiter für nachhaltige Lösungen im Bausektor. Unter wissenschaftlicher Begleitung der RWTH Aachen wurde am Unternehmenscampus der ECE in Hamburg die weltweit erste textile Fassade an einem Bürogebäude installiert – sie filtert schädliche Stickoxide aus der Luft.

Printable Technical Textiles wurde von Hillebrandt Stahl- und Behälterbau beauftragt, das bedruckte Netzgewebe mit dem SolidskinTec Druckverfahren zu produzieren. Das gewährleistet einen geschützten dauerhaften Druck und auch dank unseres PU-Lacks eine Basisschicht für die zusätzliche Beschichtung mit Nano-Titanoxid. Diese Beschichtung bindet schädliche Stickoxide, die die Luft durch Autoabgase verschmutzen.

Die Stickoxid absorbierende Fassade bindet nicht nur Stickoxide, sondern hilft auch dabei, den CO2-Ausstoß des 22 Jahre alten ECE-Bürogebäudes zu reduzieren: Studien haben gezeigt, dass diese neue Gebäudehülle aus Netzgewebe bis zu 78 Prozent der solaren Kühllasten von Gebäuden im Sommer reduzieren kann.

Das Pilotprojekt für eine Stickstoffoxid absorbierende Fassade zielt darauf ab, neue Lösungen für nachhaltige Gebäudehüllen zu erproben und die innovative Textilfassade unter experimentellen Bedingungen zu testen. Dazu wird komplexe digitale Messtechnik eingesetzt. Das Institut für Textiltechnik Aachen (ITA) an der RWTH Aachen unterstützt das Projekt. Sie waren Teil eines Forschungsprojekts des Architekten Jan Serode, das 2016 begann und in enger Zusammenarbeit mit Industrie und Gesundheitsorganisationen geführt wird.

Projektbeschreibung
Projekt ECE Hamburg
Ort DE-22391 Hamburg
Substrat Serge Ferrari Frontside View 381
Menge 75 m2
Jahr 2020
Vertragspartner Hillebrandt Stahl- und Behälterbau

nitrogen oxide absorbing architecture
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Curtains for Düsseldorfer Schauspielhaus, Restaurant Schillings

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Tensile architecture for Otto Fuchs KG in Germany

The company Hillebrandt Stahl- und Behälterbau approached us to print this 1325 m2 tensile architecture fabric facade on Serge Ferrari’s Frontside View 381 mesh with our unique SolidskinTec print en polyurethane fusion process. SolidskinTec makes the print and textile resistant to weather influences such as UV radiation, wind, and rain.

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Textile facade for PIA Automation Headquarters

PIA Automation opened their new plant in Bad Neustadt. A key visual aspect of the new building complex is the branded facade. The frontage showing the corporate identity and slogan 'We Automate Your World' on an 1.000 square meter mesh material that will be visible from a huge distance.

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Facade cladding for NEC Birmingham

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Parking textile facade for City-parkhaus Delmenhorst

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Almere Centrum Railway Station

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Textile facade branding for AD Delhaize, Merelbeke

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Bedruckte Stoffe in Volltonfarben (RAL)

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Large format banners for Partners Healthcare Parking Garage

Partners HealthCare is a Boston-based non-profit hospital and physicians network that includes Brigham and Women's Hospital and Massachusetts General Hospital, two of the nation's most prestigious teaching institutions. After many years of being scattered across more than a dozen offices in and around Boston, Partners HealthCare’s administrative employees are coming together under one roof and that needed a huge parking garage. Printable Technical Textiles was asked to deliver the large format banners for the facade based on the proof of durability in appearance and resistance to extreme weather conditions.

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Textile facade for Chateau de la Barbinière

Château de la Barbinière in Saint-Laurent-sur-Sèvre is where design and refinement meet in an unspoilt countryside. The park of 13 hectares deploys its architecture in a natural and calm environment. Attached to the main building, ACS Production made this expansion with a textile facade. The design is in line with its surrounding. It is a clever solution to hide the technical/work area to visitors and keep the area looking pristine.

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Facade architecture for Cheops Technology

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Textile Architecture for Charleroi Danse Theatre

The Charleroi Danse Theatre was installed in 2014 and these shots were made in 2018. The facade architecture textile is characterised by its printed surface. Printed on-demand, our substrates achieve the best hard-wearing resistance combined with freedom of choice in design and ideas this is the reason The Ateliers Jean Nouvel and MDW architecture chose for our membrame.

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Building wrap - Sense City

A good example of our facade fabric. The Sense City climate chamber @ Université Paris-Est. Sense-City is a climate chamber that can cover two 400m² areas. On each of these areas, a portion of territory is built on, called a Mini-City, equipped with many sensors to study the performance of facilities and urban materials, monitor the city of tomorrow by sending appropriate information, study air, water and soil pollution

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Textile facade for Fricke and Saphir

The Fricke - Saphir Building in Bockel, Germany was renewed in 2013 and holds a retail shop for their products. The vulnerability and the exposure to nature were key in this project. Long time relationships between printer, confectioner and producer of the technical textile, lead to the right solution.

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Textile architecture for Cité internationale de la tapisserie

We can hardly think of a better reference than being selected for our textiles for facade architecture of the Cité internationale de la tapisserie (Museum of Aubusson tapestry). Located halfway between Clermont-Ferrand and Limoges, this major centre for artistic craft and a skill dating back to the Middle Ages, the Aubusson tapestry was listed as part of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity by UNESCO.

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