Ceramic5 Projects : Education

Cladding Corp Ceramic5 John Paul II Foundation

For this non-profit organization honoring Pope John Paul II, two color series from Ceramic5 were incorporated into the exterior facade along with a visible clip subframing system for an economical and cost-saving attachment approach.

Cladding Corp Ceramic5 Ridgeview Elementary School

Designed by Blacksburg, VA-based ZMM Architects, Ridgeview Elementary School is the first zero-energy school building in West Virginia.

Cladding Corp Ceramic5 Templeton Elementary School

SMMA Architects was selected to design a master plan for three elementary schools in the Narragansett Regional School District, tasked with designing to provide a next-generation model for education.

Santa Monica Early Childhood Lab School Cladding Corp Ceramic5 Cladding Panels

Cladding Corp is proud to be a part of the Santa Monica Early Childhood Lab School development. Designed by Carde Ten Architects, the Lab School is a valuable new community aid for early learning in Santa Monica.

Cladding Corp North Middlesex Regional High School Ceramic5

SMMA has created another award-winning high school.  North Middlesex Regional High School, located in Townsend, Massachusetts has a beautiful Ceramic5 facade.  

Cladding Corp Quakertown High School Swisspearl Ceramic5 Rainscreen

For this high-performance high school expansion and renovation project, Cladding Corp partnered with The Architectural Studio and Skepton Construction.

Del Lago Academy – Escondido, CA

Baker Nowicki Design Studio designed the new Technology Magnet School in Escondido, CA called Del Lago Academy.  Ceramic5 in two colors were used incorporating a visible clip attachment system.

7800 York Road – Towson, MD

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.

Purdue University – West Lafayette, IN

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.

Purdue University Garage – West Lafayette, IN

Ceramic5 porcelain panels with a concealed F1.40 fastening system were selected as the featured cladding on this addition to an existing parking garage at Purdue University.