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Lampwick Quay, Manchester

Lampwick Quay, Manchester

VMZINC UK

Lampwick Quay provides 213 apartments. The Callison RTKL design uses a number VMZINC systems including standing seam and rainscreen panels in a number of pre-weathered VMZINC finishes
Magdalene College Library, Cambridge

Magdalene College Library, Cambridge

VMZINC UK

The 2022 Stirling Prize was won by Niall McLaughlin Architects for the Magdalene College Library in Cambridge. The exterior of the building combines glazing, timber, brick and an elegant QUARTZ-ZINC PLUS standing seam roof using the BBA certified Structural roof, which is a warm roof (non vented) system. The roof was installed by a VMZINC@WORK partner, All Metal Roofing thus making a 50 year warranty possible.
Duchess of Cornwall Inn

Duchess of Cornwall Inn

VMZINC UK

Poundbury is a new experimental town in the county of Dorset in England, initiated by Prince Charles approximately thirty years ago. A mixture of Victorian architecture and Baroque villas, the town is a concentrate of architectural styles and colours. The most recent addition is Queen Mother square, which serves as the town centre. This Palladian-inspired square houses the town’s first hotel - the Duchess of Cornwall Inn. VMZINC® created impressive zinc ornaments to decorate this new building
Driftwood, Salcombe, Devon

Driftwood, Salcombe, Devon

VMZINC UK

Driftwood is a 5 bedroom home set in a spectacular location. Yunnie Gillespie Architects have used a number a materials that respect the location. This includes the QUARTZ-ZINC PLUS STRAT standing seam roofs and facades.
Space Park, Leicester

Space Park, Leicester

VMZINC UK

The Space Park at the University of Leicester by Shepheard Epstein Hunter Architects provides a start of the art facility for R&D. AZENGAR (engraved zinc) flat lock shingles have been used extensively on the facade and combine with ANTHRA-ZINC standing seam facade panels.
Martello Park Cafe, Felixstowe, Suffolk

Martello Park Cafe, Felixstowe, Suffolk

VMZINC UK

The café/restaurant building acts as a focal point for the Felixstowe South Seafront regeneration. The site lies in close proximity to the Martello Tower P, which is a Scheduled Ancient Monument and Grade II Listed Building. The roof and walls use QUARTZ-ZINC and PIGMENTO zinc in both standing and Adeka panels

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