The roof design looks complicated, but is actually made up of a small number of very simple shapes,” John Perry explains. “What the Kingspan KingZip product offers is that it can form conical and curved surfaces very readily. The sheet itself, which is essentially
a U-shaped trough, can be tapered. Because it is relatively thin, you can ‘spring’ it, so you can get the curvature in the other direction.
“It’s one of the most flexible systems available in a roofing market for delivering single and double curvature. As a roof
covering it’s very adaptable and I think Bunjil Place is a great example of its flexibility.”