Decorative Wall Panels
Sundance Decorative Panel systems are the clear choice in providing beauty and functionality to your project.
Why Choose Sundance Architectural Products for Your Decorative Wall Panels?
With the ever-demanding aesthetics being placed on buildings and parking structures today, the Sundance Decorative Panel systems are a clear choice in providing beauty and functionality to your project. We design cost-effective systems that will add significant value to your buildings. All wall panels are crafted using the highest quality materials, giving years of maintenance-free service while standing up to nature’s harshest conditions. A wide array of different panel systems can be used depending on your needs. All aspects of anchoring to your structure can be designed by our team of engineers.
Fabric Wall Panel
Built with a perimeter frame, this system is designed to have fabric panels installed into the openings of the building’s framework. This can consist of one large panel or several small ones arranged to form a large layout. The fabric itself can be either a solid or mesh material. The mesh can allow up to 70% light transmission while still giving protection to the covered area. The fabric can also be digitally printed to create abstract art or corporate logos to beautify the building. Sundance is capable of printing up to 12 feet wide, without seams. If a larger panel is required, we can use state of the art RF welding to join panels together giving you the means to cover a whole elevation with one large panel while still achieving perfect registration of the graphic pattern. Panel systems can be designed to have the image easily changed out for specific needs.
Custom Metal Wall Panel
This type of system uses metal sheets that can be laser or water-jet cut into unique shapes and patterns. The sheets can be aluminum or stainless steel. The thickness of the sheet can be determined by our engineering department. Constructed like the Fabric Wall Panel, the metal tubing or angle can be used to create a perimeter frame. The openings in the frame can then be covered with several different types of wire cloth materials depending on the look and light-transmission you need for your project. The wire cloth materials can be either aluminum or stainless steel and the cloth can be either woven or welded. Depending on requirements, the openings in the wire cloth can be as small as insect screening or up to 4” x 4”. The larger the size of the opening, the greater the amount of light that will pass through the cloth. All of the materials used can be either powder-coated and/or anodized for years of maintenance-free performance.
Perforated Metal Wall Panel
This panel system can be designed using metal sheets that are perforated with different styles of holes to give a unique look to your panel system. The panels are attached to a framework which is made up of metal tubing or angle. The metal sheets can be either aluminum or stainless steel and the perforated holes can be round, square, diamond or oval. Hole sizes and the amount in a square foot will determine the amount of light that will pass through the sheet. Sundance also has the capability to custom water jet cut any hole design or pattern you require into a sheet up to 6’ x 12’ long. All components of the panel system can be powder coated in a number of colors or they can be anodized if required.
Instead of using fabric or metal panels to cover a structure or a parking garage façade, we designed a system where a vine-type plant is used to grow through a screen panel. When the plant has fully covered the screen panel, it gives a “green” effect to the project. For the frame of the screen, we can use either metal tubing or angle. The screen is usually aluminum or steel. The screen openings are usually 2” x 2” or 3” x 3” depending on the type of plant used. Each of the screens is mechanically fastened to the perimeter frame. The bottom of the screen system can be attached at ground level with the vines planted right in the soil – or the panel system can be elevated and the vines can be planted in a custom planter box built into the screen system.
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