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.
ArcelorMittal tubes in the longest treetop path in the world19 May 2022
ArcelorMittal Europe – Tubular Products supplied tubes for the 'Senda dil Dragun', the longest treetop path in the world, located in Laax, Switzerland, offering an interactive and unique nature experience for all visitors.Project news
Education wrapped in steel17 May 2022
Education escorts us throughout our entire lives – as do the buildings in which we acquire our knowledge and skills. We recollect their architecture, interior design, pieces of furniture, and even their smells. Some have impressed us more than others, but none of them have left us indifferent. In our memories, these buildings are profoundly connected to our experiences and emotions, including the people we connected with there.Over the last few decades, education has evolved and so have the requirements for educational buildings. Architectural design has significantly increased in importance, technology has conquered interior design, and user comfort is a key concern, all of which are important factors accompanying the learning experience. Architecturally attractive buildings not only express the prestige and status of institutions but contribute to a sense of wellbeing for their users.Project news
Webinar in German 21 June: Steel for innovative facades12 May 2022
On 21 June 2022, IndustrieBau will host a technical webinar, 'Industrial facades - design, planning, maintenance, and legal regulations,' where ArcelorMittal Europe will present the latest innovations in steel for facades of industrial and logistics buildings.Event news
Webinar in Italian 24 May: Offices and sustainable development10 May 2022
On Tuesday 24 May 2022, ArcelorMittal, as an official partner of THE PLAN, will take part in the Italian-language webinar ‘Offices and sustainable development - the role of architecture for a better society’.Event news
Meet SiCA: Steel in Construction Academy!26 April 2022
We are proud to introduce you to our newest Constructalia feature: SiCA – Steel in Construction Academy. SiCA is a self-learning online platform for those in, or joining, the construction industry focussed on the use of steel as the material of choice for construction applications and required performances.Website news
Architecture with organic coated steels: colourful aesthetics and protection beyond the final product
When designing a building envelope with steel, the end product for roofing or cladding is usually at the centre of attention - aesthetically as well as functionally speaking. Profiled sheets of different shapes, sandwich panels with steel shells in diverse surface structures, architectural siding systems, or tailor-made solutions are all aimed at providing the final aesthetics for our buildings. However, the selection of facade and roofing products involves the choice of the material itself, which is often defined in the design phase. Pre-painted steel is a choice option.Article
"An idea is salvation by imagination." Frank Lloyd Wright
One of the milestones in architecture was discovering 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 imaginings to become 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 are no limits in shapes or structures - finishes, colours, and effects can all play an unusual role in all types of building elevations.…
Each architectural dream can be achieved through the steel facades 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 has influenced the architectural trend to maintain the visible structure as 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.