Metal Cladding

CLADDING

Any metal produced in sheet form can be used for metal cladding

We can clad architectural features such as building facades, columns, canopies, walls, lift surrounds and feature panels in a variety of metallic materials and a choice of metal finishes including TiVox coloured stainless steel.

For rigidity and impact resistance, materials are laminated to a variety of substrates prior to installation. Some applications, like splashbacks, require a special heat resistant board to comply with BCA requirements.

473 Bourke Street - Melbourne
  • Satin finish stainless steel and natural anodised aluminium panels forming feature walls in the refurbishment of this building.
Bio 21 - Toilet Pods
  • The new Bio 21 building for Melbourne University, which fronts Flemington Road, has stainless steel clad toilet pods incorporated into its design.
  • A feature of the metal cladding is the spherical wedge and curved panels forming the interface between vertical and horizontal elements.

ANZ Centre

  • Black mirror stainless steel cladding using Fabmetal’s exclusive ‘Fabfix’ method
  • Virtually invisible joins between sheets of metal
AMP - Melbourne
  • Mirror finish stainless steel with water-knifed lettering is a feature of the directory boards on the ground floor.
  • Glass and stainless steel balustrading.
330 Collins Street - Melbourne
  • The large canopy at the NW corner of Collins and Elizabeth Streets is fabricated from satin finish stainless steel.
  • The "Gold Canopy" on the Collins Street side was achieved by coating aluminium panels with quantum FX (a gold iridescent 2 pack epoxy) and gold slump glass.
Holocaust Centre - Elsternwick
  • Patina copper feature wall panels create a rustic aged look.
Vogue Apartments - South Yarra
  • Mirror finish stainless steel cladding on columns, elevator surrounds and mirror frames.
RMIT- Melbourne
  • The new Swanston Academic Building (SAB) is fitted throughout with glazed and perforated metal balustrades and timber and stainless steel handrails.
  • Complementing the new SAB, Fabmetal panelled the uneven wall of an adjoining old building in TiVox black satin stainless steel.
  • The walls and ceilings of RMIT's Design Hub were panelled in zincalume by Fabmetal.