Architect : Aedas
Varying densities of EGLA-MONO were used to create the fascinating facade at this state of the art school.
Delicately shimmering elements of EGLA-MONO form a second skin providing elegant sun protection to the school. The open area of the mesh elements varies from approximately 50-70%.
Architect : Grimshaw
External Facade made from MULTI-BARRETTE 8159
Haver & Boecker produced an individual architectural wire mesh, designed to meet the specific technical requirements of the architect .
Architect : Hypostyle
Floating elements of weave type MULTI-BARRETTE 8301 provide effective, contemporary solar shading to the 3 storey extension.
The stainless steel mesh compliments the palette of high quality materials used throughout the project.
Architect : JFAK
External Facade made from EGLA-MONO 4832
To realize the undulating form of the facade, panels of EGLA-MONO 4832, are split into vertically and horizontally tensioned elements. 34 vertical panels up to 13500 mm long and 2440 mm wide. The horizontal canopy consists of 12 panels with a maximum length of 5750 mm in the same width.
Architect : Knox Bhavan
This stunning facade is clad in pre-patinated copper which gives it a blue/green martime glow.
To continue the maritime theme, elements of weave type MULTI-BARRETTE 8124 were installed horizontally to create sun-shades.