Terracotta rainscreen cladding and baguettes

Aliva UK

Terracotta cladding is made from natural materials and the manufacturing process has minimal negative impact on the environment, making it a popular option for sustainable new build projects.

➤ Aliva’s terracotta rainscreen cladding gives an outstanding aesthetic appearance with lasting vibrancy of colour and excellent resistance to water penetration, making this material a reliable and adaptable facade.

➤ Clay tile formats range up to 600mm by 1800mm and can be fired in an infinite range of colours and tones that can be used in a simple traditional formation to an imaginative, mixed palette of tiles, installed horizontally and vertically.

➤ Aliva’s Grescovering terracotta rainscreen cladding system has simple aluminium support structures that are designed to ensure the easy removal of panels from anywhere in the facade.

➤ Infinite possibilities can also be realised with Aliva’s range of terracotta baguettes that take brise soleil solutions to another level.

➤ Its vibrant swatch of baguettes can be used practically, to break up the sun’s rays, or as an architectural feature bringing dynamic designs and an energetic, glazed colour palette to a building.

➤ Made with clay, this terracotta baguette family brings new capabilities, colours, sizes, shine and undulations to the market – complete with zigs, zags and sleek curves.

➤ The baguette range also holds an Environmental Product Declaration, which demonstrates sustainability.


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Aliva UK’s award-winning architectural solutions are cladding some of the most prestigious new builds, retrofits and historic projects across the UK and internationally.

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