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.
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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.
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.
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.
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.
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
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.
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.
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.
NBBJ of Columbus, OH continues its excellent high education design with Cleveland State College of Education featuring glass and Cem5.
The featured wall for this new addition to Lincoln University’s performing arts center used a Terra5 terracotta rainscreen. AP3C Architects was the designer.
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.
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.
NICC’s new student center / dining hall addition used a Terra5 terracotta rainscreen to tie the rest of the brick campus into a new modern look. The F1.45 made for an efficient installation.