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.
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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.
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.
North 42 used HPL rainscreen panels to a give new look to the campus housing apartments. The Plus5 bracket system attached directly back into the existing wall.
Selldorf Architects of New York City used Concrete5 to create a sleek new 15,000sf residence. The base of the building is fiber concrete panels.
Manhattan’s Upper EastSide new luxury building called The Isis Condominums was designed by FXFowle. The 28,000 square foot HPL rainscreen used the Plus5 attachment system.
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.
For this private residence in the Colorado Rockies, Cem5 fibercement panels were selected to complement a variety of exterior finishes.
Straddling the High Line, NYC’s newest iconic landmark, The Standard Hotel, is now complete with a Concrete5 engineered rainscreen system from Cladding Corp. Ennead Architects were the designers.
This high-end condo project near the Pacific Coast in San Diego selected Terra5 terracotta rainscreen for its natural warmth and sustainable properties.
Ceramic5 panels were glazed into a curtain-wall system in the design by Ratio Architects. The new housing complex for Purdue University continues to add more Cementi panels on the campus.