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Tower of Wood: The EY Centre, FJMT Architect

Tower of Wood: The EY Centre, FJMT Architect

Prodema UK & Ireland Ltd

A single sheet of clear glass forms the outer layer of the facade in The EY Centre, whilst the inner layer is a double glazed insulating unit with louvers that automatically adjust according to the natural cycles of the sun. Custom-machined louvers made with ProdEX wood panels run vertically between each glass module, providing warmth and extra sun protection to the building. This facade system, coined mfree-SCCF (maintenance Free, Sustainable, Closed Cavity Facade), is a world-first that required two years of development specifically for this project. It provides thermal and acoustic insulation.
Accoya chosen for Blackwood Street apartments in Melbourne

Accoya chosen for Blackwood Street apartments in Melbourne

Accoya

Distributed by Britton Timbers, Accoya was selected for the louvres/external screening on the North Apartments, Blackwood street in Melbourne. Accoya was chosen due to its durability, stability and FSC certification. The 40 x 40 mm were coated using Woca external tinted Primer and an additional coating of Woca external Walnut oil. The louvers were then fixed from behind onto powder coated black material frames.
Harry Parker Community Boathouse Anmahian Winton Architects

Harry Parker Community Boathouse Anmahian Winton Architects

Prodema UK & Ireland Ltd

The project comprises two buildings. The smaller of the two is a glass pavilion used for storing boats and equipment. The exterior of the main building is clad with ProdEX maintenance-free wood panels cut and custom machined to fit the operable system of bifold louvers and vents which provide natural light and efficiently reduce energy consumption. The Prodex facade evokes the aesthetics of the surrounding area. The natural wooden look resembles the traditional covered bridges, whilst the building’s surfaces transform according to the movements of the sun and of the user around the boathouse.
Red beach house

Red beach house

Accoya

Accoya weatherboards have been realised on a private residence designed by Architecture 37 Limited, at Red Beach, Auckland, NZ. Accoya was chosen for its durability and stability benefits which are required for coastal settings. Profiled to Bevel Back profile with 158mm cover, the Accoya was band sawn face finish and painted with a colour called Bokara Grey (LRV 8). The coastal tradition of the Accoya weatherboards is observed with stone anchor points at entry and chimneys either end. A living wall softens the road facade, while louvered elements filter sun and privacy.
An architect designed stand-alone cycle hub for new railway station

An architect designed stand-alone cycle hub for new railway station

Lang+Fulton

A stand-alone cycle hub with two tier parking for 120 bicycles now provides high-quality, safe and secure bike storage at Dundee’s new railway station. The vison was for a structure that wasn’t a ‘box shaped’. The solution incorporated a rear section of Lang+Fulton’s Italia-80 louvred panels. The louvers were also introduced at the top and around the sides of the glazing allowing a good air flow.The panels were hot-dip galvanised and polyester powder coated to provide a smart, long-lasting finish in a location with close proximity to the sea.

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