Ceramic5 Projects : All Types
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Washington DC is growing quickly and the demand for high quality urban living has been embraced by 400 K Street, NW.
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.
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.
MGZA Architects created one of the first Ceramic5 projects in North America. The building is part of the corporate campus for the Wilmington-based water company with a focus on sustainable wall design and maintenance-free exterior cladding.
For this cutting-edge hospital project in Michigan, NBBJ Columbus selected a Ceramic5 rainscreen system along with wood laminate panels for the featured cladding on this facade.
Ceramic5 porcelain stone panels with concealed F1.40 attachment were selected for the feature cladding on this hospital’s parking garage entrance.
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.
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.
Cooper Carry of NYC designed the first new subway in NYC, with a Ceramic5 engineered porcelain stone cladding solution provided by Cladding Corp.