ASTEC ARCHITECTURAL BRONZE
Bronze and its architectural applications represent, today, the core business of Astec, which was born in 1983 in the Veneto Region of Italy. With nearly 40 years of experience in the international building industry, Astec is a world-wide leader in the various applications of bronze or copper alloys in buildings. From elegant fenestration to even more elaborate architectural expressions including curtain walls, facades, cladding, staircases, railings or any architectural detail in noble metals, Astec is the one-stop-shop for architects and engineers who embrace the past and the present with a view to creating timeless monuments in urban and rural communities. Quality Italian craftsmanship, in-depth knowledge of the materials used and continuous research in metal fabrication consolidated into nearly forty years of experience have all contributed to an increasingly exclusive product range that has grown in scope to include all sorts of interior and exterior architectural details in a wide range of warm colors and finishes, designed to meet exclusive standards and specifications. Architectural bronze building elements and other metal fabrications by Astec contribute beauty, elegance, luxury, durability and versatility to any world-class project. #doitinbronze
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- Stilwerk Berlin is Berlin’s design centre located on Kantstraße in the Charlottenburg district. Astec is proud to have made the bronze façade of the design center of Berlin and to have collaborated with ATP architects engineers and Studio Partners on this iconic building.
- The design of the new Relais balances many complex elements: the redefinition of the edge of the Piazza on which it sits, preservation and enhancement of the archaeological Roman ruins discovered during the works, as well as a contemporary work space for conferences and hotel offices.
- The new entrance and offices of this memorial center are made of ASTEC BRONZE. Its shape detaches from the surface of the tuff wall and curves to emphasize and make the entrance evident. Inside, there is a large museum-like free space that hosts the exhibition on the Italian Army campaign.
- Conceived by American architect Peter Marino and situated at 677 Fifth Avenue in New York City, the Fendi Store is one of the projects that best demonstrates the breadth of Astec’s capabilities and expertise. Astec’s custom-made Cor-ten waxed steel façade is complemented with Astec’s architectural bronze fenestrations.
- As this project is at the heart of Monte Carlo, near the Casino gardens and not far from the Hôtel de Paris and the Salle Garnier, Astec distinguished itself for its ability to manage a complex and large-scale building site for which it provided installation services.