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Many existing buildings have reached their “sell by” date. In particular, the roofs are often in poor condition. Façades of older school buildings and day care centres often show major structural defects. On top of that, school façades and roofs are mostly visually unappealing.

Cities and local communities need to meet the increased demand for educational buildings and want durable, low-maintenance, functional building standards that are adapted to the needs of children. Furthermore, nowadays the focus is also on topics such as sustainability and "energetically correct building". 

With school façades and roofs from BEMO, you create buildings in which children and young people feel comfortable!

School roofs and school façades from BEMO are made of recyclable aluminium and are thereby sustainable and long-lasting. The installation of PV panels using the BEMO system takes place without roof penetrations and is therefore safe in the long term. A building envelope that will function for decades gives cities and local communities the functional security they desire for the future of educational buildings. Children do prefer to learn and play where they feel comfortable. And they do so in visually appealing buildings. Here, the creative and individual design of BEMO school façades makes a significant contribution.

Many requirements for educational buildings

Safety and low maintenance are the focus for school façades and roofs

Roofs and façades of schools and day care centres have special requirements that must be met: school façades should not pose a risk of injury to playing children. BEMO-BOND composite panels can therefore be supplied with closed edges and thus without sharp protrusions. Plug-in or box panels can be manufactured with head edging and thus also have no open edges that could cause injury.

It is not uncommon for school façades to be soiled with graffiti or similar. Thanks to BEMO-FLON coating, the graffiti can be removed easily and completely.

School façades in particular are damaged time and again, for example when balls hit the school façade while playing football in the schoolyard. Individual elements of a BEMO-BOND façade can be replaced easily and cost-effectively. Thicker materials and tighter pitches can massively reduce damage.

Reflections from sunlight interfere with teaching and should be avoided in educational buildings. This can be avoided by employing a matt or stucco embossed  finish on the school façade and lower roof areas.

School façades and roofs to the point with BEMO:

  • closed cut edges reduce the risk of injury to children.
  • Easy-to-clean thanks to BEMO-FLON coating
  • individual BEMO-BOND panels can easily be replaced if damaged
  • matt surfaces reduce reflection

Durable, low-maintenance and recyclable building envelopes with the “feel-good” design. For a pleasant and healthy environment for our children. This is what BEMO stands for.

Why BEMO?

  • Planning support and project monitoring
  • Sustainable, durable, recyclable materials and systems
  • Wide range of colours and shapes
  • Large façade panels and long profile lengths

Inspiration Education & Schooling

Educational buildings completed with BEMO:
Daycare center Frankenthal
Daycare center Frankenthal
Daycare center Frankenthal
Daycare center Frankenthal
Daycare center Frankenthal
Daycare center Frankenthal
Germany

Photo: Markus Proßwitz / vor-ort-foto.de

Architecture:
hort + hensel GmbH
Product:
BEMO Flat Roof N65-400
Material:
Aluminium
External Surface:
stucco patterned
Colour:
natural
Surface:
740 m²
Particularity:
Pent roof with photovoltaics
Elementary school Längenfeldgasse Vienna
Elementary school Längenfeldgasse Vienna
Elementary school Längenfeldgasse Vienna
Elementary school Längenfeldgasse Vienna
Elementary school Längenfeldgasse Vienna
Elementary school Längenfeldgasse Vienna
Elementary school Längenfeldgasse Vienna
Elementary school Längenfeldgasse Vienna
Austria

Photo: Hertha Hurnaus

Architecture:
PPAG Architects
Product:
BEMO standing seam perforated
Material:
Aluminium
Surface:
approx. 4,000 m²
Particularity:
13 different panel widths with different hole patterns.
Carnal Hall at Le Rosey
Carnal Hall at Le Rosey
Carnal Hall at Le Rosey
Carnal Hall at Le Rosey
Carnal Hall at Le Rosey
Carnal Hall at Le Rosey
Switzerland

Foto: Iwan Baan

Architecture:
Bernard Tschumi Architects
Product:
Standing Seam
Material:
Aluminium
External Surface:
blank
Colour:
natural
Surface:
3.500 m²
Particularity:
Extreme conical tracks including special lengths
Breitengüßbach kindergarten
Breitengüßbach kindergarten
Breitengüßbach kindergarten
Breitengüßbach kindergarten
Breitengüßbach kindergarten
Breitengüßbach kindergarten
Breitengüßbach kindergarten
Germany

Photo: Daniel Löb / vor-ort-foto.de

Architecture:
Paptistella Architects
Product:
Standing seam (roof) and special trapezoidal profile (facade)
Material:
Aluminium
External Surface:
BEMO Flon
Colour:
RAL 3011
Surface:
121 m² roof and approx. 200 m² facade
Particularity:
Variable, edged special panel
Stettenfelsschool Untergruppenbach
Stettenfelsschool Untergruppenbach
Stettenfelsschool Untergruppenbach
Stettenfelsschool Untergruppenbach
Stettenfelsschool Untergruppenbach
Stettenfelsschool Untergruppenbach
Stettenfelsschool Untergruppenbach
Stettenfelsschool Untergruppenbach
Germany

Photo: Boris Lehner / vor-ort-foto.de

Architecture:
Riennerplanung GmbH
Product:
Clip-on panel
Material:
Aluminium
External Surface:
RAL 9006
Particularity:
Different panel widths.
Music School Ventspils
Music School Ventspils
Music School Ventspils
Music School Ventspils
Music School Ventspils
Music School Ventspils
Music School Ventspils
Latvia

Photo: Uldis Šteinbergs ("Merks" Ltd.)

Architecture:
haascookzemmrich STUDIO2050, Stuttgart
Product:
Standing Seam N50-429, BEMO-BOND
Material:
Aluminum
External Surface:
Anomax Ultra Matt
Colour:
Anodized Light Gold
Surface:
5.000 m2 standing seam, 3.500 m2 BEMO-BOND
Particularity:
Near the eaves standing seam with BEMO-TOP and BEMO-BOND.
Student Accommodation, Kassel
Student Accommodation, Kassel
Student Accommodation, Kassel
Student Accommodation, Kassel
Student Accommodation, Kassel
Germany
Product:
Special Panels
Material:
Aluminum
External Surface:
BEMO-FLON
Colour:
Bronze metallic, sim. to RAL 6002, sim. to RAL 6018
Surface:
900 sqm
Particularity:
A thermal bridge free substructure was used.
Würzburg-Lengfeld School
Würzburg-Lengfeld School
Würzburg-Lengfeld School
Würzburg-Lengfeld School
Würzburg-Lengfeld School
Würzburg-Lengfeld School
Germany
Architecture:
Nebauer and Partner
Product:
BEMO box panels
Material:
Aluminium
Colour:
RAL 9007 + RAL 3003
Surface:
approx. 1,400 m²
School Building Celle
School Building Celle
School Building Celle
School Building Celle
School Building Celle
School Building Celle
School Building Celle
Germany

Photo: Jana Markwort/vor-ort-foto.de

Product:
Box Panel
Material:
Aluminium
External Surface:
PE
Colour:
3 different shades of green
Surface:
760 sqm
SOS Children's Village Wilhelmshaven
SOS Children's Village Wilhelmshaven
SOS Children's Village Wilhelmshaven
SOS Children's Village Wilhelmshaven
SOS Children's Village Wilhelmshaven
SOS Children's Village Wilhelmshaven
SOS Children's Village Wilhelmshaven
Germany

Photo: S+T Fassaden GmbH

Architecture:
Thalen Consult GmbH
Product:
Trapezoidal profile 35-207, corrugated profile 42-160 perforated
Material:
Aluminium
External Surface:
BEMO-FLON
Colour:
sim. RAL 6018 and 7022
Surface:
1.100 sqm
Particularity:
Trapezoidal profile as substructure and perforated shaft mounted above.
Technology and Research Center Seibersdorf
Technology and Research Center Seibersdorf
Technology and Research Center Seibersdorf
Technology and Research Center Seibersdorf
Technology and Research Center Seibersdorf
Austria

Photo: SH-Systembau GmbH

Architecture:
Vasko & Partner Ingenieure ZT GmbH
Product:
PRIMO clip-on facade
Material:
Steel
External Surface:
PE
Colour:
4 different RAL colors
Surface:
2.600 m2
Particularity:
10 different grid dimensions have been used.