Ventilated facades

GammaStone’s AIR system is the most important technological achievement in the international industry of VENTILATED FAÇADES and is the result of extensive research and development investments and the qualified work of expert teams of architects, engineers, and designers. The GammaStone team works continuously to improve innovative and revolutionary building systems with the aim of balancing aesthetic charm with the best technical and functional results.

The Gammastone AIR system is an advanced, environmentally friendly system capable of meeting the most demanding and modern styles of architecture. It also optimizes the functional requirements, practicality and comfort of living. The ventilated facades, the result of an intense research process, are a response to the widespread need for efficient thermal and acoustic insulation of homes, work environments, etc., with structures and materials that at the same time guarantee an unchanging aesthetic beauty.

The Gammastone AIR system is an excellent and incomparable cladding material and today it is the most suitable material on the international market for ventilated facades.
This innovative cladding system for ventilated facades was developed in collaboration with the largest and most reliable companies in the industry. Together with our partners, we have achieved top results in terms of insulation, protection from the weather, and external noise.

Gammastone AIR system panels allow easy installation, versatility in architectural design, original stylistic solutions with a wide range of large-sized marble, granite, porcelain and stone slabs. We are structurally very reliable with the ventilated facades from the AIR system. The panels undergo rigorous testing against wind, pressure, hurricanes, etc. They are installed on a metal suspension structure fixed to the wall of the building, in which layers of insulation and protective materials are mounted.
The function of the outdoor panels is to protect and insulate the outdoor environment and create a gap between the outdoor environment and the structural wall of the building.


The suspension and fastening devices of the metal structure are sized to create a free space between the insulation layer and the outer skin. This is an air chamber that is connected to the outside through vents that are usually placed at the bottom and top of the facade, creating a continuous ventilation effect in the gap. Due to the temperature difference between the air in the ventilation chamber and the outside air, it is also called the “chimney effect”. Air enters the gap from below and moves upward, creating an efficient airflow that maximizes transpiration of the facade. This ventilation allows for rapid removal of aqueous vapors from the interior. It also significantly reduces condensation and the negative effects of water penetration. This subsequently led to the reduction of the amount of heat entering or leaving the building.

Ventilated facade:
invisible fastening solution

Ventilated facade:
visible fastening solution