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.
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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.
SWBR Architects of Rochester incorporated Swisspearl® panels on the Wayne County Public Safety building. Using brick façade and rainscreen wall design, the new public building allowed the County to explore low maintenance rainscreen walls.
The Design Partnership has recently completed the new VA Aquatic Therapy Center in Palo Alto, California. They selected Cem5 fiber cement rainscreen with an exposed fastener system. Two colors were used to create the facade of this building.
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.
LHB of Minneapolis designed the new Center which requires 55% less energy than code. Cem5 and System5 were used to contributed towards the buildings energy efficiency.
Cooper Carry of NYC designed the first new subway in NYC, with a Ceramic5 engineered porcelain stone cladding solution provided by Cladding Corp.
Incorporating 4 different colors and featuring various fabricated cement boards – Cem5 brings to life this sacred building by Herman Coliver Locus Architecture of San Francisco.
DLR Group designed the Overland Park Soccer Complex, the only soccer complex of its kind in the United States. It covers 96 acres and offers an energy-efficient field house clad in Cem5 fiber cement panels.
A 22,000 square foot HPL system used the Plus5 subframing for the reclad of PECO Energy’s Oregon Maintenance Shop. The corporate identity was embraced by blue and grey panels.