Terra5 Projects : All Types
Students at the University of Washington have a new space to learn and grow their skills for the 21st century. Named in honor of Bill & Melinda Gates, this newest addition to the Paul G.
Quattrocchi Kwok Architects of Santa Rosa designed a new student center for Cupertino High School featuring a Terra5 Sunscreen. The 5,000 linear feet of terra-cotta sunscreen addresses the building’s energy concerns.
UMASS Lowell’s new Parking Garage was designed by bertaux + iwerks architects of Boston. The architects selected Terra5 terra-cotta Rainscreen in a brown through-body panel.
Bell & Spina designed a terracotta rainscreen project for SUNY Fredonia’s LoGrasso Hall incorporating Terra5 panels and baguettes. Groove panels and varying panel heights added to the facade’s beauty.
The featured wall for this new addition to Lincoln University’s performing arts center used a Terra5 terracotta rainscreen. AP3C Architects was the designer.
Terra5 was a natural choice for GKK Works of San Diego for the new Miramar College Service Center. The terracotta rainscreen added warmth and was the featured architectural facade material.
NICC’s new student center / dining hall addition used a Terra5 terracotta rainscreen to tie the rest of the brick campus into a new modern look. The F1.45 made for an efficient installation.
On track for a LEED Gold certification, installation is now complete on the historic Wilson School in New Orleans, complete with Terra5 feature cladding. HMS Architects of New Orleans were the architects of record.
Energy Architects of Houston selected Terra5 TC18 for the Parc Binz medical offices and destination retail building. The red terra-cotta rainscreen created warmth for this contemporary mid-rise building in Houston.
Open Studio Architects selected Terra5 terra-cotta panels to reclad The Crossroads Office building in San Diego. The base of the building used a dark grey Terra5 panel and the upper levels of the building had an ACM system.
Jacob/Wyper Architects incorporated both Cem5 fiber cement panels and Terra5 terra-cotta sunscreens to create an elegant, crisp design for Mars Drinks in the Philadelphia suburbs of West Chester.