To realize the undulating form of the facade, the wire mesh panels, which are made from EGLA-MONO 4832, are split into vertically and horizontally tensioned elements. 34 vertical panels are 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. The painting is an overlay pattern of larger and smaller leaves, some painted in two different green shades, some not. The architect decided not to go ahead with a third colour to keep some of the sparkle and reflective quality of the stainless steel.
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