Terra5 wraps the new Delta Dental Corporate Office in Des Moines. Clean lines and contemporary design blends terracotta effectively on this new design by OPN Architects of Des Moines.5 wraps the new Delta Dental Corporate Office in Des Moines.
Terra5 Projects : All Types
In preparation for Fall 2010 semester, installation of the University of Arkansas Garland Ave. Bookstore and Parking Garage is nearly complete with a Terra5 and Cem5 rainscreen and unique Terra5 baguette sunscreen.
For this high end furniture store, Terra5 terracotta rainscreen and sunscreen accents serve provide a beautiful aesthetic on this budget sensitive renovation project.
For this expanded corporate campus in St. Louis, energy-efficiency meets long-term weatherability with the Terra5 TC30 terracotta rainscreen system. Arcturis Architects was the architect of record.
Invision Architecture designed the $120 million renovation and expansion of Iowa State University College of Veterinary Medicine. Terra5 was used to give the exterior and interior a warm inviting presences.
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.
When GMB Architects was hired to design the first LEED Gold Certified Hotel in the Midwest, they selected Terra5. CityFlats Hotel in Holland, Michigan is the happiest hotel in the happiest city in America and it is very GREEN.
The new reclad of Pacific Palisades was a perfect choice of a Terra5 rainscreen. Keith Panel Systems installed this 30,000 square foot terracotta project. The project was completed in 2012.
The Four Diamond Award winning hotel is also an educational experience. OPN Architects of Cedar Rapid design a Euro-chic hotel with sustainable features. Terra5 terracotta rainscreen was the featured facade material.
This high-end condo project near the Pacific Coast in San Diego selected Terra5 terracotta rainscreen for its natural warmth and sustainable properties.
The dramatic design by Rob Quigley Architect of the San Diego Public Library has created a new icon to San Diego downtown skyline. Terra5 baguettes and TC18 panels were used in both the exterior and interior of this new public space.