The creative vision of architects Maith Design, Coppergate stands in the heart of Swansea city centre dressed in a shimmering, fire-safe, Rockpanel Chameleon external façade.
Hollander Barendrecht, a subsidiary of The Greenery, ensures that many supermarkets in the Netherlands have fresh and refrigerated products delivered daily. In 2008 the new fresh distribution centre opened its doors. An ingenious design and smart use of durable materials ensure that the building, now over ten years old, still looks like new.
In today’s environment, creating more value from fewer resources is an increasingly important design goal. For the design of the Klostermark school in Roskilde (Denmark), the architects incorporated durable and sustainable materials, along with space optimizing and energy efficient design strategies.
Located in Kraków, Poland, you can find Bonarka for Business (B4B). This award-winning office park consists of 10 innovative buildings. One of them, ‘Building F’ of the Bonarka for Business (B4B) development, is cladded with Rockpanel Woods.
What used to be beer brewery Belle Vue, is now a hotel and restaurant centre, of which Hotel Belvue, Belgium’s first fully passive hotel is a major part. Architect firm l’Escaut was responsible for the renovation, in which Rockpanel Ply was used as façade cladding.
EromesMarko’s headquarters has undergone a real transformation. The company, which creates innovative educational environments, has three production locations in the Netherlands. The factory in Wijchen, located next to the main office, was originally built in 1967. After the building had already been extended multiple times throughout the years, it now required a full renovation. Architect Martijn de Waal (DUAL architects) designed a factory building in which sustainability is a key factor – both inside and out.