We’d like to invite you to familiarize yourself with our wide product range:
For outdoor use
- Granite® product range
- Solano® Nature
- Indaten® weathering steels, with its specific patina aspect
For indoor use
- Estetic® product range
For the most construction flexibility, we recommend:
- Ouf full range of high strength steels sections and plates to enable design of long span structures and to optimise volume adaptability and light management.
- Castellated beams, such as ACB® or Angelina®, to simplify service integration and avoid the issues related to any additional service zone below the beam level.
We remain at your disposal to expose the beauty and utility of steel in every aspect.
Enamelled Steel: The Timeless Material for Contemporary Architecture18 April 2017
The intimate combination of steel and enamel has delighted artists for millennia. With enamelling steels architects and designers also have their chance to create enduring colourful designs for contemporary architectural projects. ArcelorMittal has now developed HC300EK, a new steel grade which is specifically adapted for enamelled architectural projects.Product News
ArcelorMittal Launches New Finishes for Building Facades7 January 2014
From January 2014, two new finishes will be added to ArcelorMittal’s Granite® range of organic coated products for outdoor building applications: Granite® Silky Mat and Granite® Impression. Designed for use in prestigious architectural facades, they offer unique patterns and textures which will add drama, character and excitement to any exterior.Product News
Today’s facilities of historical importance are more than just houses of art. While displaying their collections of exhibits, they often become works of art themselves.
Museums are places for intercultural dialogue where admiration meets inspiration. No one remains indifferent to either their architecture or the treasures and exhibitions they possess that are temporary or permanent, contemporary or ancient.
Modern trends and opportunities to use materials with various textures and colours allow for steel to expose all of its properties and characteristics such as matt or polished finishes and various shapes – flat, formed, or bent - to complement and enhance the architectural design of the structure.
On the inside, steel allows for different lighting designs and the overall feeling of lightness in any given form. These excellent parameters allow steel to meet the rigorous requirements of prestigious constructions, adapting to all trends of art.
Steel structures, as compared to other forms, provide a much wider variety of adaptation options for exhibition spaces.