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Espace Boissin, an office and commercial space has been given a bright and bold renovation.
QuadCore Evolution panelised facades are helping to bring a sleek, contemporary look to three new leisure centres around Belfast.
Croke Park’s state-of-the-art handball centre makes the most of the iconic potential of Perforated Dri-Design system.
Zinc shingle contrasts with a vibrant purple at an innovative energy centre in Gatehead.
Dri-Design brings a new lease of life to an outdated office space.
The innovative design included specific requirements for seismic movement, and the rainscreen facade solution ensured these requirements were met.
The Range has opened a brand-new headquarters and superstore in a burgeoning business development area of Plymouth with a striking aesthetic.
Shingle Rainscreen Facade provides a striking architectural feature to frame the entrance of a new, £15 million building for Newquay Tretherras School.
A facade system with a ceramic granite finish has helped to transform two rundown office blocks into a luxury hotel.
A clean white Ceramic Granite Façade reflects the science and innovation that Ipsen is renowned for.
Kingspan Facades provides a striking contemporary facade for the new extension to the redeveloped Plymouth History Centre.
Mullum Mullum Stadium shines as the jewel of the crown of Manningham sporting venues. They achieved this striking and unique look by using three shades of shimmering gold shingle Façade.
Äänekoski Fire Station has benefited from a new and vibrant design using Evolution insulated panel in shimmering red and orange to simulate flames
ICC Wales is set to redefine not only what a conference centre should be, but how it should be built.
A new hotel designed to offer guests a contemporary boutique experience whilst honouring the rich heritage of Chester with a unique Corten-effect PPC facade– a first for Kingspan Facades.
Ceramic granite and copper cassettes form the intricate façade of a new university library and students services building, named for former-alumni and Suffragette — Emily Wilding Davison.
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