At EuroShop 2011 Burkhardt Leitner, manufacturer of modular architecture systems, presented an extension of the system family constructiv pila. The new architecture system constructiv pila IV with an axis length of up to 6 m is distinguished as the largest of the modular architecture systems by Burkhardt Leitner. This advancement offers the possibility to create maximum space with a minimum of components and thus to further reduce assembly times and prices per square metre. A clip-in beading profile, which can be fitted retrospectively and which has been specially developed for constructiv pila IV, allows large fabric infills to be incorporated cleanly and flush with the profile.
The constructiv pila system family is based on connector/support connections. The precision-cast special steel connectors are, together with the supports of natural-anodised aluminium, the basic design elements of the system. Other structural elements such as diagonal braces, trusses and angle reinforcements made of high-strength special steel ensure the stability of even the most complex structures. System grooves permit the use of a wide variety of materials as wall and ceiling panels, and also the subsequent attachment of a wealth of accessories. As the classic version of the modular architecture systems by Burkhardt Leitner, the pila systems are distinguished by their flexible and modular design principles and their immense depth of equipment and applications. This allows their extremely variable use in every field of temporary architecture.