All Projects : Hospitality & Residential
Washington DC is growing quickly and the demand for high quality urban living has been embraced by 400 K Street, NW.
MTFA Architecture designed a new condominium on 22nd Street, NW in Washington, DC. Two colors and four different tiles were incorporated to create a stunning new addition to the neighborhood.
Via Verde represents a new model for affordable, green and healthy urban living. In 2006, Grimshaw, the designers of Via Verde, won the first juried design competition for affordable housing in New York City.
FME Architecture and Design designed a stunning roof top private club in San Francisco called The Battery. White fiber concrete panels were installed with Plus5 sub-structure.
David Baker & Associates used Cem5 shingles to create an inspiring facade for 888 Seventh Street Condominiums. Using three different red colored 1 x 2 foot shingles, the design has created an elegant fish scale pattern.
FXFowle Architects of New York City designed the Hudson Hill Condominiums at 462 West 58th Street using a Plus5 attachment system for HPL panels.
Washington DC has a new building added to the NOMA skyline with Cooper Carry’s new design for Capital Square Hyatt Place. The iconic building features a variety of red and grey panels with 15,000 square feet of Cem5 cement composite.
The Market at O Street in Washington, DC was designed by Shalom Baranes Associates. An exposed rivet system (F2.10) was incorporated into the design of this fiber cement façade. The new rainscreen building is a local favorite.
1100 Architects’ first New York City building is the cutting edge Avant Chelsea. Swisspearl® is known for its large range of colors and ability to create innovative design patterns. Avant Chelsea does not disappoint.
Cetra Ruddy of New York City has created a stunning new building in Long Island City called “L Haus.” This multi-story residential complex used multiple Swisspearl® panels, colors and sizes to create an innovative façade.
HKS – San Francisco designed Potrero Launch using Terra5 terracotta rainscreen. The new housing project used the terracotta panels along side bold window units to create a striking facade.
North 42 used HPL rainscreen panels to a give new look to the campus housing apartments. The Plus5 bracket system attached directly back into the existing wall.
Selldorf Architects of New York City used Concrete5 to create a sleek new 15,000sf residence. The base of the building is fiber concrete panels.