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The rainscreen cladding with a multitude of design possibilities

A mineral composite facade system with a mix of texture and finish options also offers architects class-leading durability and robust A2 fire compliance

In association with
Smooth Matt and Glossy Carea cladding at Hampton Hilton Hotel, Ashford, Kent. Architect Bowman Riley.
Smooth Matt and Glossy Carea cladding at Hampton Hilton Hotel, Ashford, Kent. Architect Bowman Riley.

The organic and textured architectural mineral composite rainscreen cladding designed by French manufacturer Carea offers a multitude of design possibilities with robust A2 fire compliance.

All Carea facade systems are certified to BS EN 13501 - A2-s1,d0 - without any height restrictions.

Carea A2 panels offer architects numerous combinations of textures, finishes and colours along with class-leading durability: a life expectancy of 30-plus years.

Carea’s close integration with its upstream supply chain means greater stability for specifiers and excellent availability of product in a constantly evolving market.

  • Matt, Riven and Shell Carea cladding at Kidbrooke Village housing, south London. Architect Lifschutz Davidson Sandilands.
    Matt, Riven and Shell Carea cladding at Kidbrooke Village housing, south London. Architect Lifschutz Davidson Sandilands.
  • Smooth Matt Carea cladding at West Heath Road, Hampstead. Darling Associates Architects.
    Smooth Matt Carea cladding at West Heath Road, Hampstead. Darling Associates Architects.
  • Smooth Matt Carea cladding at Merchant Square, Paddington. Architect Kalyvides Partnership.
    Smooth Matt Carea cladding at Merchant Square, Paddington. Architect Kalyvides Partnership.
  • Riven Carea cladding at St Georges Estate, Shadwell.  Fourpoint Architects.
    Riven Carea cladding at St Georges Estate, Shadwell. Fourpoint Architects.
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For more information and technical support, visit carea-facade.co.uk

 

Contact:

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