All Projects : All Types

Del Lago Academy – Escondido, CA

Baker Nowicki Design Studio designed the new Technology Magnet School in Escondido, CA called Del Lago Academy.  Ceramic5 in two colors were used incorporating a visible clip attachment system.

SUNY Fredonia – LoGrasso Hall – Fredonia, NY

Bell & Spina designed a terracotta rainscreen project for SUNY Fredonia’s LoGrasso Hall incorporating Terra5 panels and baguettes.  Groove panels and varying panel heights added to the facade’s beauty.

ESPN Childcare / Horizon Center – Bristol, CT

S/L/A/M Collaborative of Hartford designed the Horizon Center/ESPN Childcare in Bristol, Connecticut.  Using four Swisspearl® colors, four distinct building sections were created for this childcare facility.

Shady Hill Sports Complex – Cambridge, MA

Shady Hill School hired Machado and Silvetti to design the campus’ sport facility.  Vertical and horizontal Swisspearl® fiber cement panels were incorporated into the design.  The vertical panels have a unique shiplap design element.

Lehman College – New York, NY

The Child Day Care Center at Lehman College (SUNY) used Swisspearl® fiber cement panels in a vertical layout and featured a variety of different colors.  The building was designed by Garrison Architects.

Kathlyn Joy Gilliam Academy – Dallas, TX

Stantec of Plano, TX has created another amazing facility for students. The state-of-the art academy features many “green” products and utilizes a Cem5 fibercement interior / exterior wall application.

King Low Heywood Thomas School – Stamford, CT

Roger Ferris + Partners of Westport, CT used a white Cem5 panel system and an HPL wood grain to create warm and crisp lines for KLHT School.

Metropolitan Business Academy – New Haven, CT

S/L/A/M Collaborative took advantage of three colors and various fabricated Cem5 panels to create an energy-efficient business magnet school.  Located down the street from Yale University – the high school has a variety of building facade material

7800 York Road – Towson, MD

Towson University’s 7800 York Road – Technology Building integrates terracotta and ceramic rainscreen.  The Ceramic5 used an elegant, crisp white panel in a stacked bond pattern.  The F1.40 system is a concealed attachment sub-structure.

Educare School – Washington, DC

RDG Planning and Design of Omaha designed a HPL rainscreen wall featuring Plus5 substructure.  An exposed fixing system was used and the depth accommodated fiber insulation.

Hourglass Fieldhouse – San Diego, CA

A high-performance, state-of-the-art, green fieldhouse facility in San Diego, complete with a drained and back ventilated System5 rainscreen by Cladding Corp.

Cleveland State College – Cleveland, OH

NBBJ of Columbus, OH continues its excellent high education design with Cleveland State College of Education featuring glass and Cem5.

Ware Fine Arts Center – Lincoln University, PA

The featured wall for this new addition to Lincoln University’s performing arts center used a Terra5 terracotta rainscreen.  AP3C Architects was the designer.

Penn Valley Health Science – Kansas City, MO

Kahler Slater has been working with the leadership of Metropolitan Community College (MCC)-Penn Valley since 2005 to develop a state-of-the-art Health Science Institute using Cem5 for their facade.

Miramar College Service Center – San Diego, CA

Terra5 was a natural choice for GKK Works of San Diego for the new Miramar College Service Center.  The terracotta rainscreen added warmth and was the featured architectural facade material.