Strong colours combined with shades of wood and earth are the pillars of the architecture of Greenlandic cities and towns. In a new residential building in Nuuk, Rockpanel façade cladding harmoniously plays together with climate, light and nature.
Many architects face the challenge of designing buildings that do not only fulfil their dreams when it comes to design, but which also ensure optimum fire safety. There are several ways to comply with safety and building regulations, but what is the best option when you don’t want to compromise on design?
Finding the balance between standing out and blending into the environment, was the challenge the architects of Kotville were facing. BAU Architectenbureau B. & C. Coussée designed the new student housing complex in Brugge (Belgium), which is located between an expressway and a single-family housing.
Wodny Park in Tychy is the most energy-efficient water park in Poland, and maybe even in Europe. The innovative, multi-award-winning building takes colourful to the next level. With its stunning Rockpanel Chameleon facades, it attracts a lot of attention.
The owners of the new homes in this project in the grounds of the former Sint-Servatius church in Wijbosch, Brabant recently opened their front doors for the first time. The project has transformed the former church and other buildings into a residential development named De Beukenhof. The stand-out feature of the homes is their rugged, contemporary architecture that seamlessly weaves the new into the fabric of the existing landscape thanks to its clever and original use of natural materials.
Rockpanel façades have formed the stunning canvas for a specially commissioned, three storey carving on the new ‘Heart of the Campus’ building at Sheffield Hallam University. The facility offers over 7,400m2 of teaching, study and social space, and is central to the University’s goal of providing the highest quality facilities and teaching space for its 35,000 students.