GammaStone AIR is the most important technological challenge in the international industry of VENTILATED FAÇADES and is the result of huge R&D investments together with the skilled work of expert teams of Architects, engineers, and designers. Our team works continuously for the improvement of innovative and revolutionary building systems with the aim of harmonizing the aesthetic charm with the best results from the technical and functional point of view.

GammaStone AIR is an advanced eco-sustainable system able to satisfy the most ambitious and modern stylistic trends of architecture. It also optimize the functional requirements, the practicality and the comfort of living. Our ventilated façades, resulted from an intense research process, are an answer to the widespread need of efficient thermal and acoustic isolation for homes, work environments, etc., with structures and materials that, at the same time, guarantee unalterable aesthetic beauty.

GammaStone AIR is an excellent and unmatched cladding material; it is today the most suitable material available in the international market referring to ventilated façades.
This innovative paneling system for ventilated façades was developed in collaboration with the largest and most reliable companies in the sector. Together with our partners we reached top results referring to insulation, protection from weather events and from external noises.

The GammaStone AIR panels allow easy installation, versatility in architectural design, original stylistic solutions with a wide choice of large-sized marble, granite, porcelain slabs and stoneworks. GammaStone Structurally speaking, GammaStone AIR ventilated façades are really reliable. Our panels undergo stricht tests against wind, compression, hurricanes, etc. They are installed on a metal hanging structure fixed to the wall of the building with layers of insulation and protection materials are assembled within.

The function of the external panels is to protect and insulate and to create a gap between external environment and the structural wall of the building.

The suspension and the fixing devices of the metal structure are dimensioned so that an empty space between the insulating layer and the outer panel is created. This is an air chamber connected to the outside by air vents that are usually placed at the base and at the top of the façade creating a continuous ventilation effect in the gap. It is also called “chimney effect” due to the difference in temperature between the air in the ventilation chamber and the outside air. Air enters the gap from the bottom and moves upwards, thus creating an efficient airflow that maximize the transpiration of the façade. This ventilation allows the rapid elimination of aqueous vapours from the inside. Moreover it considerably reduces the condensation and the negative effects of any penetrations of water. This led consequently to the reduction of the quantity of heat that enters or exits from the building.