We use hi-tech façade textile manufactured by experienced producers. Special façade mesh is strong, light, flexible and long-lasting. The canvas transmits as much light as possible and as little rain as possible and creates an insulation between façade and building that enables to lower heating or cooling costs inside the building.
Digital printing and hi-frequency welding
We use highest quality inks maximising the range of colors achievable. Our inks have good chemical and abrasion resistance. Weather-proof UV-resistant colors have proven themselves as maintenance free, long-lasting and durable solution. We use hi-frequency welding that uses electromagnetic field to join material in strong, durable and even welds.
High Frequency Welding
We take care of the installation
Archiprint has developed special tension profiles for edge fixings, doors and windows as well as connecting fixings. Façades are tensioned absolutely wrinkle-free without creating too much tension. Our profiles are tailored for tensioning large surfaces resulting in lesser profile amount and thus smaller cost and quicker installation.
TalTech University Library and Museum
Architect: AET Architects, Illimar Truverk
Material: Serge Ferrari
Printed area: 5000m2
Client feedback by Tuuliki Tõiste, Development Manager:
"For us as a library, the facade textile mainly enables to protect our books on open shelves from direct sunlight. It is also a great windcatcher – it feels with windy weathers that we have a „dress“ on. The facade was given 10 years of warranty, our building was finished in 2009, so it is already 13th season running and there are no signs of wear and no need to change „the dress“. Printed pattern has created an effect that we wanted. Our library’s concept is „brain tree“, the building sits in the front corner of the university campus and looks like a wooden block. Printed wood perennials have also been visualised as space sky with planets and stars by outside viewers. In terms of urban space, it is an intriguing building, people notice it and think of it. We are content with this solution and dare to recommend to everyone.“
National Archive Building
Architect: Illimar Truverk
Material: Serge Ferrari
Printed area: 2500m2
Birgit Kibal, Head of Communication and External Relations of National Archive:
„Our facade canvas has been very durable and weatherproof, it creates cool effects when looking out with snow and ice. Tightened facade canvas is often mistakenly perceived as some other painted solid material and so people wandering outside Noora building have no idea that actually our employees have a very good visual on them from the windows behind the screen. Above all, however, the Groove pattern itself is important to us, which has given reason to the use of the same motif in our souvenirs, and we have also adopted it as a trademark.“
Mustamäe Leisure Centre
Architect: Asum Arhitektid, Hannes Koppel
Printed area: 2550m2
Estonia’s largest spa and sauna centre, 16 lines of bowling, trampoline centre, gym and the most contemporary gymnastics room in the Baltics.
Waldhof Business Building
Architect: Control AB
Rapla Cultural Centre
Architect: Tõnis Kurisoo
Printed area: 350m2