ArcelorMittal provides a complete range of steel, from structural – for the most creative constructions, to architectural – where the building envelope can only be limited by imagination.
Reconstruction in Italy after earthquakes: build it with steel!14 June 2017
In Italy, the Fondazione Promozione Acciaio and ArcelorMittal are very active in promoting steel as the best alternative to reconstruct damaged buildings after earthquakes.Product News
The new NATO headquarters, made with ArcelorMittal Europe steel6 June 2017
ArcelorMittal Europe provided steel for the construction of the new NATO headquarters in Brussels. The building was officially inaugurated on May 25, 2017 in the presence of NATO's heads of state.Project News
"An idea is salvation by imagination." Frank Lloyd Wright
One of the milestones in architecture was to discover the use of iron and steel for construction. What would the history of architecture have been without steel?
Steel allows even the most creative and bold imagination to become a reality. Moreover, steel's durability is one of the key properties that make it a sustainable material, which complies with the requirements of sustainable design.
The versatility of steel is incontrovertible
There is no limits in shapes or structures - aspects, colours and effects can all play an unusual role in all types of building elevations.…
Each architectural dream can be achieved through the steel façade and structure of the building. When it comes to structure, steel frames changed the fundamental concept of constructing a wall, introducing the possibility to build lighter and higher while incorporating natural light without any restriction.
No other material has previously allowed such strength while preserving its lightness. The beauty of steel influenced the architectural trend to maintain visible structure - High-Tech architecture also known as Structural Expressionism.
Steel allows for the most technologically advanced high-rise buildings, bridge constructions, railway terminals, airports and so on.