A building’s façade not only provides an enclosure destined to protect the interior from inclement weather and endows it with different degrees of intimacy; a good façade design should give the building character and personality. Yet this feature is not adequately addressed in the design of leisure spaces.
One of the main reasons to dismiss a unique or emblematic facade is its high cost. The use of traditional materials requires technical solutions with heavy structures that penalise the building’s cost. At Amusement Logic we are working on leisure-architecture projects that take into account both cost and aesthetics, using new materials and practical solutions in a creative way.
In our building this month, a low-cost modular construction, either existing or new, is covered with a prefabricated skin that arrives on site with pre-prepared holes for windows and doors and ready to be quickly assembled by simple anchoring systems.
The panels are built with lightweight, high-resistance materials which are very simple and quick to install, leading to a considerable reduction in execution times.
The open modular system allows us to adapt to each building’s specific needs, whether it is the main access module or a catering point. The system is fast and efficient, with the possibility of incorporating different materials and making complex and unique designs, adapting to the tastes of different audiences and cultures.