Architectural Decorative Metal Panels

Add originality and artistic appeal to your project.

Architectural Decorative Metal Panels

Most Architectural Decorative Metal Panels fall under the specification section 05700 Ornamental Metals. These metals normally mark the project, give it originality, or even an artistic appeal. Decorative panels are made for places such as walls, within a glazing system as a spandrel panel, or along a facade. They are the marquis design element that everyone will notice. Make sure you have the experience of H&H metals on your side.

H&H offers Architectural Decorative Metal Panels that not only make the project more cost effective, but also create the design within budget and most important within schedule. The idea is prefabrication. More work within a controlled environment means less installation time in the field. Additional benefits of prefabrication are less job site congestion, higher quality, and an overall improved finished product.  Let your finished product be your vision, and count on H&H Metals to bring it to reality. Consider doing this using a variety of metal products to achieve stunning results.

Take a look at some of our jobs featuring Architectural Decorative Metal Panels:  Note that we only perform fabrication services, and do not install.

Architectural Spandrel Panels

Architectural Spandrel Panels - Liberty Media Headquarters

Originally designed to be cut from solid aluminum plate these panels were quickly becoming a problem from a fabrication and lead time standpoint. With cost and schedule in mind, H&H came up with a better solution.
Architectural Features

Architectural Features - Tabor Center

This project came to us on a napkin, literally speaking. The Tabor Center, a retail landmark along Denver's 16th street mall, was getting a facelift. The architect had a concept of the end result and called upon us to make it a reality.
architectural decorative metal panels perforated metal screen wall

Perforated Metal Screen Wall - Denver Pavilions "Great Wall"

This wall is truly spectacular! It is 100' in the air, 30' tall, and spans over 300' long covering 2 city blocks on the 16th Street Mall in Denver, CO.