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.
The Flower Bowl is an innovative multi-use leisure destination. This large activity centre sits alongside Barton Grange Garden Centre and Barton Grange Marina in Lancashire, Northern England, UK.
Since February 2019, residents in the commune of Celles-en-Hainaut can do sports, dance or take yoga classes in a brand-new sports hall with a look that clearly stands out from the rest. What makes this complex so unique? The building façade and the Rockpanel Woods boards that are applied. The façade panels stand out thanks to the variety in colours and dimensions.
Sturdy, long-lasting and low-maintenance: these were the criteria for the new buildings at Christophorus school in Mülheim-Kärlich (Germany). Rockpanel boards met all these requirements. In addition, they had another big advantage: it was possible to engrave a superb work of art on them, without the need for any extra treatment.
What to do with a strongly outdated assisted-living centre that has no future in its present form, but that’s still too young for demolition? This was the dilemma several parties were facing in the Dutch municipality of Horst.