This landmark building in Perth’s City of Belmont, is a unique community destination. Set across four levels the building houses a library, digital hub and recording studio, seniors centre, museum, and office space for community service groups. A highly detailed, architectural design, the vision was to create a deconstructed building, pushing the boundaries architecturally with ideas not before seen on Australia’s west coast.
To achieve a sustainable, 5-star Greenstar rated building, innovative and interesting materials were used. The external cladding delivered exceptional insulation performance, as well as outstanding visual aesthetics with convex and concave curves, as well as angles all around the exterior. The KingZip standing seam system was finished in Eurozinc, which is a cost-effective coating with zinc particles, that will age over time.