Incorporate the principle of green design into your projects as this creates a richer value system.

The advantages of green design are long-term and extensive… innovative product, lower energy consumption, lower costs, use of recycled materials, recyclability…

Metal is the greenest material

  • Today, steelmakers produce about 60% of their metals from recycling instead of iron ore.
  • When a metal product completes its life cycle, it is possible to completely recycle, remelt and produce new metal. This cycle can last continuously.
  • That is why metal is one of the greenest materials of today.

Perforated sheets comply with the LEED standard

In 1994, the United States Green Building Council (USGBC), a non-profit organization, began the LEED standard for green building certification.

LEED (Leadership in Energy & Environmental Design) is a certification program for buildings, houses and communities. There are five different categories for which a LEED certificate is awarded:

  • Building Design and Construction (BD+C) – for exterior design and construction (refers to newly constructed buildings or buildings undergoing major renovations)
  • Interior Design and Construction (ID+C) – for interior design and construction (refers to the interior of commercial buildings, retail outlets or buildings such as hotels, motels, cafes, etc.)
  • Building Operations and Maintenance (O+M) – refers to existing buildings in which work or construction is being improved (educational facilities, retail facilities, warehouses, hotels, motels, etc.)
  • Neighborhood Development – refers to new development projects (rehabilitation of housing projects such as sustainable settlements)
  • Homes – refers to family houses (design and construction of family houses).

Within each of these categories, it is necessary to meet certain prerequisites for the facility to be a holder of LEED certification.

Each category is awarded a number of points (location and transport, use of sustainable building materials and waste reduction, more efficient use of water, better energy performance of buildings, sustainable locations that reduce the impact on ecosystems and water resources, indoor quality, innovation and regional environmental priorities).

When it comes to sustainable settlements, scoring is based on location (which should promote efficient transport options and open space), design (which connects the settlement with surrounding communities), green infrastructure (which reduces the environmental consequences of construction and operation of facilities and infrastructure) .

The key perforated sheet metal products recognized by the LEED standard as environmentally friendly are perforated sunshades, facade panels, ceilings, walls and fences.

Metal is mostly produced from recycling, perforated sheets and products can be almost completely recycled.

By using perforated sheet metal, in addition to the aesthetic impression, you also achieve direct savings in energy consumption and reduce noise.

Perforated sheets and WEEL standard

The International WELL Construction Institute (IWBI) is the leader of global change in the way we build and arrange living space.

In 2014, the organization developed the WELL construction standard, all with the aim of improving comfort, health and living conditions.

Perforated sheets are very useful for improving the quality of air and water, they help control noise, excessive heating, their exceptional appearance and beauty are soothing.

Living in harmony with nature… perforation and BIOFILIC DESIGN.

  • Green design is not just energy saving… with proper design and products it is living in harmony with nature.
  • Biophilic design is a concept used in the construction industry to increase the connection of users of certain buildings with the natural environment. This concept involves the use of natural materials, primarily indoors to mimic natural conditions and the environment.
  • Biophilic design is not only applied in buildings, but also in urban areas, there is an opinion that this idea has health, environmental and economic benefits for residents in the area.

Some examples of the use of perforated sheet metal in biophilic design:


perforated sheet metal allows unobstructed movement of natural light indoors.

By using perforated panels, sunshades, fences, you can control the light using both dynamic and diffused light as needed.


reduce noise and clog the space… perforated sheet metal is the optimal choice for good room acoustics because it absorbs sound.


perforated sheet metal allows natural movement of air in the building.

Due to the different density of the openings, the air movement exists but is not too strong.


perforated sheet metal allows architects to form different shapes and motifs through which we visually connect with nature, all with the aim of better health and satisfaction of living.

Perfom is dedicated to the ecology and practice of green design.

We improve our processes every day by trying to be efficient. Most of our waste is completely recycled (metal, paper, cardboard, plastic…)

Our products are part of the green world… choose a green supplier, choose Perfom.

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