Futuristic designs within architecture are consistently turning to aluminium for a variety of reasons. It offers enormous flexibility allowing architects to create eye-catching buildings such as the Gherkin in London. Most importantly, aluminium is a durable, cost effective material that contributes to how elaborate a design can be.
Aluminium is a naturally occurring element that is completely recyclable regardless of how it has been finished, coloured or used. The process of recycling it requires a vastly reduced amount of energy than the original mill finish version. Consequently, aluminium is a sustainable product that can give an infinite number of years of life unlike wood or brickwork that inevitably decays or deteriorates over time. In addition it is a non-toxic metal that will not cause any contamination.
Aluminium is incredibly lightweight in relation to its strength allowing for the flexible design of structures such as bridges and walkways …