Single Layer Structures is an important innovation that represents a more minimalist, functional and nature-inspired design approach, moving away from traditional structural approaches in architectural design. This design approach aims to reduce complexity and provide aesthetic integrity by combining the basic load-bearing elements of buildings on a single plane.
This design approach allows architects to create new and groundbreaking structures outside of traditional architecture by pushing the boundaries and responding to contemporary expectations.
The state-of-the-art single-layer structures produced by POLMEK are composed of lightweight components, mainly auxiliary steel. These structures serve as the backbone for massive skylights, ceilings or cladding. These designs offer a minimalist appearance by avoiding unnecessary details and simplifying the basic load-bearing elements. The complexity of the roof is thus minimized

Integrity with nature: Single Layer roof designs are generally inspired by nature. In this context, organic forms, natural materials and environmental interactions play an important role in the architect's design process. Thus, it is ensured that the building is in harmony with its surroundings and emphasizes natural beauty.

Functionality: The design is not only based on aesthetics but also on making the building more functional. In this system, each layer has a specific function and this functionality is enhanced by using design elements.

Innovative production: Single Layer Structures makes it possible to use innovative materials and technologies other than traditional building materials. Thus, thinner and more durable materials can be used than traditional roofing materials. It is also possible to experiment with different material combinations to improve the structural properties of these roofs.

Aesthetic appearance: Single Layer roof designs generally include aesthetic integrity. A harmonic design can be created with all the elements of the structure appearing to be combined in a single plane.