H3 Hardy Collaborative of New York selected Swisspearl® fiber cement panels in 3 colors to draw attention to this Whole Foods store and parking complex.
Fiber Cement Projects : Corporate & Retail
For this LEED rated installation at the Navy Yard in Philadelphia, our engineered Cem5 lap-siding is part of a revitalization that is both sustainable and long-lasting. Erdy McHenry Architecture were the designers.
As part of a overall refurbishment, this energy trading company selected an energy efficient Cem5 fibercement rainscreen for portions of its new facade addition. Roger Ferris + Partners was the designer.
In preparation for Fall 2010 semester, installation of the University of Arkansas Garland Ave. Bookstore incorporated a Terra5 terracotta rainscreen, a fiber cement rainscreen and unique Terra5 baguette sunscreen.
James E. Langford Architects incorporated the Cem5 rainscreen to reclad one of their corporate clients utility building. White panels and a blue painted girt system was used to tied into the campus.
For this multiple phased mixed-use development in downtown Austin, TX, HPL panels using a Plus5 attachment system have been selected for the facade on the first phase of office and retail.
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.
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.