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.
Fiber Cement Projects : All Types
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.
For this private residence in the Colorado Rockies, Cem5 fibercement panels were selected to complement a variety of exterior finishes.
One of the most expansive and ambitious renovation projects in Manhattan was complete with a Cem5 engineered fiber cement rainscreen solution from Cladding Corp.
RDG Planning & Design – Des Moines incorporated Cem5 panels in the new ISU Cyclone Sports Complex. The grey fiber cement panels were used in conjunction with red brick walls.
Swisspearl® cement composite panels have been incorporated into the exterior and interior of the FDNY Rescue #3 firehouse. Over 10,000 square feet of panels were used. Ennead Architects is the designer of this award winning building.
Marble Fairbanks designed the Queens Glen Oaks Library using Swisspearl® panels. Glass and cement composite panels create a building that offers contemporary design.
Anchoring the revitalized “East Side” of Pittsburgh, The Design Alliance used Swisspearl® fiber cement panels. The architects used different panel colors to define various retailers.
Morphosis Architects has created a state of the art, award winning recreation center for the campus of University of Cincinnati. Swisspearl® fiber cement panels were incorporated in the exterior and interior design of the building.
Morphosis Architects / Einhorn Yaffee Prescott teamed up to design NOAA’s Satellite Operations complex in Suitland, Maryland. Swisspearl® provided 45,000 square feet of white panels to clad this iconic building.
Brian Healy Architecture of Boston incorporated large, grey Swisspearl® fiber cement panels on this Cambridge, Massachusetts church. The Korean Church of Boston chose this contemporary addition to their traditional building.