×

Select global Site Language
Deutschland & Global Deutsch | English | Español | Français
UK English
USA English
中华人民共和国China 中國 | English
South Africa English
France Français
India English
América Latina Español
Middle East English
Productos seleccionados
Contacto
¡Si tiene alguna pregunta no dude en consultarnos!
Tejidos industriales:
solidweave@gkd.de

Tejidos de bandas para procesos:
weaveinmotion@gkd.de

Tejidos arquitectónicos:
creativeweave@gkd.de

O utilice nuestro:
formulario de contacto

Prensa

Striking the right note

Striking the right note

Slowly but surely, architecturally attractive parking space becomes the expression of a new self-image. The times of great lumps of concrete devoid of soul and tainted with a grubby image are gone. Bad lighting, smelly hallways and scary storeys are a thing of the past. Today, brightness, friendliness and an attractive appearance increasingly become a matter of course. City planners and investors understand that parking garages function as a portal. As it is often the case in life, first impressions of customers and visitors count, allowing for conclusions about the actual offers: Shopping, business partners, and culture. A stylish reception makes people more receptive for the offer given. Since the early 1990s, stainless steel mesh by GKD – Gebr. Kufferath AG (GKD), the international leader in technical weaving, plays a prominent role in this respect. As multifunctional and semi-transparent skin of parking spaces – coloured, illuminated or medialised – this industrial material transforms parking garages into leading initial contacts all over the globe. Increasingly, parking spaces are understood to be an integral part of an overall creative concept. The parking garage next to the New World Symphony in Miami Beach, USA, designed by Frank Gehry is an impressive evidence.

Picture 1-3 © GKD/ New York Focus LLC

Otros temas

×

Inicie su sesión para ver contenidos adicionales

Si aún no tiene acceso al GKD-InfoCenter, por favor crea la cuenta de usuario necesaria. A causa de nuestra nueva página web le pedimos a nuestros usuarios ya registrados volver a registrarse.

Registrar ahora
¿Ha olvidado su contraseña?