Telling Architectural offer a broad range of services in the design and supply of facade technologies. Specialising in rainscreen facades for traditional, lightweight steel, timber and prefabricated walls, the company heads an established chain of reputable partners in manufacturing and installation with supporting services in the design of the fixing systems and associated components.
The facades offered by Telling Architectural are sourced from advanced technologies available throughout Europe. It provides unsurpassed skills in training, technical support, co-ordination and management of the facade solutions ranging from terracotta to photovoltaics, composite stone to steel walling and porcelains to Corium brick.
Tellings primary partners are:
Argeton with whom Telling have worked for fourteen years from the early stages of process design and testing. Telling is now enjoying the manufacturing plant and product development resultant from Argetons acquisition by Wienerberger.
Alsecco: for their lightweight and robust Airtec panels of natural stone and glass which can be made in storey height panels.
Corium Brick rainscreens are an increasingly predominant system in the Telling Architectural portfolio since joining with Wienerberger and Taylor Maxwell in the expansion of UK sales.
Vidursolar of Spain appointed Telling Architectural as their distributor for the emerging photovoltaic façade markets in January 2009. In addition to a range of potential UK projects Telling has supplied street art canopies to a Washington DC municipal project.
Mayor Ceramica: for extruded porcelain tiles with fired ceramic glaze finishes.
Telling Architectural also collaborates in the design and development of porcelain cladding systems with Ariostea, Imola, Royal Mosa, Cesar and Apavisa and has recently established agreements with Silbonit for fibre cement and Cadisch for perforated screens.
The company maintains a progressive development policy to keep abreast of changes in building regulations and demands for sustainability of source and carbon neutrality.