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STRUCTURAL ELEMENTS; EXTERNAL ENVELOPE


VIVIX®


delivers a natural touch


When David Turnock Architects were commissioned to design the new Silsoe Church of England VC Lower School with a fabric first approach and emphasis on energy efficiencies, VIVIX®


by Formica Group panels were specified for the


facade. The design brief required a blend of natural woodgrains. 8mm thick VIVIX panels in Golden Morning Oak, Mission Oak and Barn Oak were selected for the facade; meeting the requirement for a wooden cladding aesthetic, but providing superior performance properties than its natural counterpart.


0191 259 3512 www.formica.com From rural housing to high-tech showcase


Welcome to Väla Gård outside Helsingborg, where the innovative facade hides an exciting transformation. Skanska in Helsingborg wanted to bring together its many offices and locations in the city and chose Väla Gård for the purpose. The beautiful rural building was turned into modern and environmentally friendly offices through the use of solar cells and insulation. For the facade, the architects at Tengbom Arkitekter opted for perforated metal sheets from the RMIG City Emotion programme. Väla Gård is a well-known location and a landmark for the area. By using the creative freedom provided with RMIG City Emotion, the architects were able to design a facade that was very much in line with the architectural style and character of the existing farm buildings. RMIG has manufactured and supplied the perforated metal sheets used for the facade at the short ends of the buildings. The use of corten steel and the tree motif created using RMIG ImagePerf, help the buildings stand out and at the same time blend perfectly into the surrounding forest area.


01925 839600 www.city-emotion.com  Updated brochure shows full range


Specifying modern brick-faced soffits just got easier, with the publication of Ancon’s new 16-page Nexus brochure. Developed by Ancon and Ibstock Kevington, Nexus is an advanced lightweight system that makes modern brick-faced soffits and lintels simple and achievable, particularly in fast-track


environments. Expanded and updated to include the full Nexus range of soffit units and lintels, the new brochure shows the various options now available for achieving different visual effects by varying the style and type of lightweight stainless steel carrier and real brick slip facing.


0114 275 5224 www.ancon.co.uk/nexus Wraptite-SA exceeds air tests


Wraptite-SA the high performance airtight membrane from the A. Proctor Group has once again surpassed the initial air test targets for an innovative new children’s home project in Havant. In order to successfully achieve the Passivhaus standard, buildings are required to


pass three air tests throughout the construction process. The develop- ment at the new children’s home was designed requiring an airtight- ness level of less than 0.5. Wraptite-SA was applied externally to the timber frame panels in continuous pieces creating a highly insulated and sealed finished building, and achieving the required standard.


01250 872261 www.proctorgroup.com/air-barriers   New light on Brunswick House


NW Architects’s brief was to transform an existing 1970s office building in Southampton into high end student apartments. The solu- tion was to re-clad the main tower and utilise Metal Technology’s System 17 and System 4- 35Hi architectural aluminium systems, not


only in the tower but also in the development of the three-storey street frontage. The extensive remodelling of the external envelope featured the complete design flexibility and superior, whole life performance of System 17 high rise curtain walling. A new lightweight floor con- structed mostly from System 17 was also added to the street facade.


028 9448 7777 www.metaltechnology.com


Single ply solution stands up to kerb


Creative thinking is enabling a £9.5m redevel- opment to cost-effectively deliver striking aesthetics for a landmark building. Marwood Tower, is being redeveloped by Liverpool Mutual Homes. A key architectural element is


the mansard roof that wraps around the two-storey block round the courtyard and also provides covered walkways for the residents. Sub contractor Range Roofing has used 1700m2


of Protan EX-A adhered


single ply membrane complimented with Protan’s Omega profile to form the roof, accommodating the 79 degree mansard, 11 degree main roof area, and the covered walkways within the courtyard area.


01925 658001 www.protan.co.uk 


Hollo-Bolt®


specified for 8-storey facade


Lindapter’s Hollo-Bolt, the original expansion bolt for structural steel, allowed contractors to quickly secure the ‘Flows Two Ways’ sculptural facade to Helena 57 WEST in New York City. Using just standard hand tools, saved the contractor time and labour costs while ensuring no damage to the artistic com- ponents. The Hollo-Bolt is CE Marked and has the full ICC-ES approval for resisting wind loads and seismic loads.


+44 (0)1274 521444 www.lindapter.com


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