FOTOBLECH - fences and railings
FOTOBLECH as a railing and stairwell cladding
FOTOBLECH - Balconies and Railings in Feldkirchen
High opacity. Targeted control of transparency:
Dense for the balconies with a vertical pattern and transparent for the upper railings.
FOTOBLECH - railings in Vienna, Donaustadt
FOTOBLECH - railings in Wasserburg - Hotel Lipprandt
FOTOBLECH - railings and facade in Hannover
Floral motif in the residential area with subtle coloring, it provides privacy screens in the right places - in the lower section of the railings.
FOTOBLECH - fence in Schweinfurt - ZF museum
Trellis. The holes in Fotoblech also serve as trellises for your plants.
An optimal utilization of space between the back and the perforated sheet.
Balconies customized to customer patterns in Wiesbaden
Specifications. Upon request, you can provide your individual patterns for Fotoblech to incorporate unique designs and personal style into the design, as shown here in the example of Wiesbaden.
Flat aesthetics. Fotobleche can make the substructure of balcony railings disappear, create a smooth aesthetic, and give a seamless, appealing look.
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FOTOBLECH - balustrade, Darmstadt
Double shell. The double-shell perforated metal railing offers a modern design with intriguing views, shadow plays, and aesthetics. It gives the staircase a contemporary, airy, and appealing look.
FOTOBLECH balcony extensions in Wiesbaden, Old Courthouse
Revitalization. The addition of Fotoblech balconies on supports is an innovative and aesthetically appealing solution to breathe new life into buildings without excessively concealing the existing architecture.
Pattern Gradient. Balconies with this pattern offer advantages such as privacy from below while providing clear views for residents through the transparent top surface. Aesthetics, privacy, and outlook are optimally combined here.
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FOTOBLECH - Hotel counter in Bad Füssing
A well-chosen display can tell the story of the hotel, represent the local culture or even draw attention to special amenities or services.
Fotoblech balconies in Vienna's Döbling district, Nussberggasse.
Floral design. With their charming combination of functionality and aesthetics, floral motifs in photobleaching are a popular choice for balconies.
They create an inviting atmosphere and give the balconies a unique flair.
Integrated handrail. Fotoblech balconies often forgo a separate handrail and instead integrate it into the surface, resulting in a reduced, aesthetically flat appearance.
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The Dresden residential district at Altmarkt
Street-side privacy screens and court- yard-side railings
Railings that are opaque enough so that no one needs to install their own privacy screen.
Straubing, Townhouses Flurlgasse
French balconies. Fotobleche with folded edges offer an innovative way to create French balconies.
They combine functionality with modern design and give buildings a stylish touch.
They are an excellent choice for anyone looking for a secure and aesthetic solution for window locks. Detail
Ulm, Wohnen am Weinberg
Railing and privacy screen
Square and triangular perforation with a downward vertical flow that is opaque.
FOTOBLECH with curves. Punched Fotoblech sheets are not limited to rectangular shapes, but can adapt to any form.
This is particularly advantageous for gates with arches, as shown by the example of the Alsbach brewery.
Fotoblech sheets are individually and precisely cut to meet specific needs and achieve an aesthetically pleasing result. The use of Fotoblech sheets provides high flexibility in adapting to given natural dimensions.
FOTOBLECH - Ornaments
Wrought iron railings reinterpreted. A modern-surface design with reminiscence on Viennese building traditions.
FOTOBLECH - Entrance gate with lettering
Lettering. All FOTOBLECH sheets can be combined with any lettering of your choice. Hook PDF catalog
FOTOBLECH Special: Sloping sheets at their best
Patterns in a new form. With Fotoblech, the rows and columns of the perforated sheets can be adapted to the outer shape - even if it is not rectangular.
No matter whether it is a generated pattern from one of our pattern generators or a converted image template.
The hole sizes adapt to this as well. This makes it very easy to implement slopes in fences, sloping walls or perspective effects without the edges "fraying" or showing unwanted staircase effects.
Image, For comparison: With and without form fitting, Example of a angular lamp design (PDF)
FOTOBLECH - Coarse perforation with fine transitions
Sharp transitions. The transitions between the hole sizes are calculated in such a way that they appear sharp and there are no steps in the slopes.
Project number: 210520-01
FOTOBLECH Special: railing with border and dynamic pattern
FOTOBLECH-Balconies in Vienna Liesing, Eschenpark
Floral pattern. An abstract floral pattern cascades over all parts so that the pattern runs continuously.
Due to the pattern arrangement, different high railings form a uniform image.
Optimum transparency. By sampling on a scale of 1:1, the optimum transparency can be determined in advance. This can be controlled almost arbitrarily and is usually between 20 and 25%.
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FOTOBLECH - Fence
Slopes and maximum height. The fence system has different slopes with fence panels up to 2 meters high.
FOTOBLECH-Railing in Vienna 22, Baranygasse
Generated pattern. A balcony railing from our "White Noise" pattern generator.
The square perforation runs in straight rows with only one hole size with a probability of 60%.
Made-to-measure unique items. All railing fields are calculated individually and the perforation fits exactly into the specified dimensions. Although the fields are of different lengths in detail, the overall picture is homogeneous.
Railing motif from the perforated sheet pattern generator
FOTOBLECH with initials at the gate
With FOTOBLECH, special highlights are set up.
In this example you can see initials in a doorway.
FOTOBLECH can easily be integrated into other systems of fences and railings.
Applied on glass FOTOBLECHE elements can also be.
FOTOBLECH can also be combined with standard perforated sheets. The centers of the holes remain neatly arranged so that a smooth transition to other hole patterns is possible.
Most mounting systems can be used without modification. We often edge the sheets, however, so that less substructure is necessary than normal.
Diamond shape: slanted photo sheets for stair railings and fence fields
Especially for garden fences and banisters, the perforated plates can not only be rectangular, but can also climb according to the slope of the terrain and thus form a rhombus.
The rows of holes follow the slope regardless of the pattern and create a harmonious image. Here is an example of a generated pattern of our pattern generator "Strings 1". Sample page, example
FOTOBLECH in security Sliding
Especially on company premises safety is extremly important.
With FOTOBLECH you can combine safety and design.
You can see here an example of an industrial door with integrated logo.
In this case, the use of stainless steel due to the higher strength is better than aluminum.
The margins are with very small holes so that it looks like one frame. Even if you look from the side of the photo sheet the subject is very easy to see. Even if the gate is dirty the theme can be recognized easily. The sun's rays break in each of the holes and let the FOTOBLECH shimmer.
FOTOBLECH Special: Garden fence with gradient and gradual transparency
Garden fences are often also a privacy screen.
Here is an example using our "Tile 4" pattern generator with gradient, jitter effect and one that runs continuously and becomes increasingly dense.
PDF, Catalog page sample, PDF catalog sample
FOTOBLECH with ornament
FOTOBLECH is particularly well suited for any type of ornament.
Many classical and modern ornament patterns are available.
They can serve as a decorative element or as a framework, for example.
Here in this example you can see a fence with an ornamental element.
All kinds of mosaics can be customized with FOTOBLECH and reinterpret. If you have a pattern or ornament and want to know how it looks like in FOTOBLECH: Just send it to us. You get back a preview not binding.
FOTOBLECH as a garden gate
and an almost opaque background.
Unlike normal perforated sheets, Fotobleche
clearly convey what to expect. A message is conveyed.
The purpose inherent in the component is carried outwards.
FOTOBLECH fence as a privacy screen in Berlin Bahnhof Tempelhof
Fences and railings are typical applications for FOTOBLECHE.
This example shows not only the aesthetic but also the functional advantages.
Download: Fence flyer
For fences and railings you can, for example, integrate your house number or your company logo. In addition, you can precisely control the opacity for each area. So, like here, garbage containers can be easily hidden.
Blades of grass as a railing motif: Opaque in the right places
Reference: Gate system with company logo (Delmenhorst, Germany)
Implementation: Heinrich Schlütter Stahl- und Metallbau GmbH
Material: Galvanized steel 2mm, powdercoated
Multi-part gateway with integrated company logo and Internet address.
An example of how image symbols and fonts can be designed as FOTOBLECH.
The surrounding perforation is so fine that a good eye protection is ensured.
Forest motif as a railing and box house cladding
Referene: Fence (Salzburg, Austria)
Planning: Brodinger GmbH, Lunova GmbH
Implementation: Schlosserei Ellmauer
Material: 2mm anodized aluminium
Fotoblech as fencing and screening of the company Brodinger.
Square hole in offset rows. The elements are doubly folded and can be hooked into the substructure very easy.
Sliding door (Freistadt, Austria)
Architect: Erich Lengauer, Schneider Lengauer Architekten
Implementation: Metallbau Hammerschmid
Material: 2mm aluminium powder coated in front of a glass structure
A 4-piece furring an automatic sliding door with a company logo to be seen at the Main Square Freistadt. From a distance the grid is no longer perceived but the glass constructions and the logos behind. Coming nearer the lattice effect is more obvious than from the distance. In June 2018, Raiffeisenbank moved to Linzerstraße.
Cinema counter (Prague, Czechia)
Architect: Martina Tietz, Chapman Taylor
Implementation: Martek Contracts Ltd
Material: 1mm stainless-steel in front of a plexiglass construction
All counters of "Cinema City" in Prague were clad with Fotoblech. Behind them are 5mm plexiglass sheets mounted with LEDs behind. Most of the sheets of the counter are arc-shaped. The pattern of each sheet run seamlessly one into the next.