Cupa Pizarras R&D team focuses on the development of new solutions in natural slate. The result is CUPACLAD® Design; a group of ever growing design concepts showcasing the boundless possibilities of natural slate rainscreen cladding systems.
The zigzag pattern of CUPACLAD® Design ARROW projects energy and dynamism. ARROW alternates rhomboid slates to create the pattern. The stone format is the same used for ASCENT and WAVE, but units are placed horizontally and without mixing formats. This zigzag pattern provides a sense of verticality to high buildings and a dynamic effect to large horizontal buildings.
As other CUPACLAD® Designs, ARROW uses the same fixing method as the CUPACLAD® 101 series. Slate units are fixed using self-drilling stainless steel flathead screws and slates are overlapped so that screws remain invisible.
|Slate Size ||40X25 cm |
|Format ||Rhomboid |
|Nominal Thickness ||7.65 mm |
|Number of Slates/m2 ||12,5 units |
|Weight ||≤32 kg/m² |
|Fixing ||2 invisible, flathead screws |
- Environmentally friendly and sustainable.
- Efficient as a ventilated cladding.
- Highly durable.
- Maintenance free.
- Quick and easy to install.
- Lightweight and versatile: new and
- renovation projects.
- Complementary to external insulation
- A revolution in cladding applications for
- natural slate.
- Slate Cladding
CUPACLAD®, natural slate cladding systems provide contemporary design to complement a versatile and efficient ventilated cladding system. The system uses the latest fixing solutions with highly durable structural natural slate to produce a sustainable alternative for any kind of cladding requirement.
Natural slate is a unique material that lasts for more than 100 years, it adapts perfectly to any type of project and facade. Cupa Pizarras are conscious to adapt slate to the newest design trends, which seek more ecological, durable and, at the same time, attractive solutions.
This new design highlights the possibilities of natural slate using different shapes. CUPACLAD® Design was created by Cupa Pizarras specifically to encourage architects to design revolutionary projects using this efficient, durable and sustainable material.