Aliva develops customised solutions in the ventilated façades field in response to specific requests and problems, by engineering and implementing all kinds of architectural ideas in the field of building envelope design.

A strong commitment to the “tailored” approach is combined with a vast catalogue of original solutions, tried and tested in over thirty years of direct on-site experience: a know-how employed in the service of “made-to-measure” design, for finely tailored solutions to clothe the most daring of projects.

To ensure the quality of services and the appropriate level of technical and design assistance during the installation phase anywhere in the world, Aliva work closely with connected local companies and with dealers of proven reliability. Aliva’s mission is to allow the designer to realise his vision of a building envelope, with no limitations on his choice of material, technology or aesthetics, adopting a highly tailored approach that includes both “prêt-à-porter” solutions which can be applied to the project easily and quickly, and fully “tailored” solutions, to create a unique, exclusive and highly fashionable “look”.

Role in the project:

Aliva, as a leading company in the field of building envelope, is continuously engaged in the research of new technologies and materials for its façade systems.

The interest in FIREMAT project results from our desire to innovate and to bring to the market something radically new and improved in terms of safety, sustainability and performances.

Within FIREMAT, Aliva will contribute to the development of a composite panel that will provide structural support to the architectural finishing elements of the façade; this technology will address, in particular, the use of thin ceramic, stone or glass panels as cladding.

This support panel, produced from recycled and 100% recyclable material, will fulfill all the most demanding requirements in terms of performances and safety, like resistance to wind load up to more than 5 kN/m2, resistance to impact, A-Class fire reaction according to EN 13501-1 and fire resistance.