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EXTERNAL ENVELOPE


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An artist’s vision is brought to life T


he auditorium for the Humanities Division of Uppsala University (Humanistiska Teatern) is an


innovative and unique building designed in the shape of a horseshoe. Unlike traditional lecture halls, the horseshoe-shaped design of this unique building allows all in the auditorium to see and hear each other, encouraging both speakers and attendees to participate in lectures and debates. This unusual building is encapsulated in a spectacular facade created from over 300


perforated aluminium sheets. The vision of artist Ann Lislegaard has been brought to life by using RMIG ImagePerf technology to transfer her intricate design to the metal sheets. White Arkitekter has been awarded the prestigious Swedish architectural prize PLÅT18, in recognition of the innovative use of perforated metal.


01925 839610 info.uk@rmig.com www.city-emotion.com


PROJECT DETAILS


Humanistiska Teatern, Uppsala University


University campus auditorium, Sweden


Architects: White Arkitekter Artist: Ann Lislegaard


Technical Characteristics


Raw material: Aluminium EN AW-5754


Pattern: RMIG ImagePerf Thickness: 3.0 mm


Finishing operations: Bending Surface treatment: Powder coating


Premier Coatings gains certification


Premier Coatings Ltd announce that they have achieved the internationally recognised environmental standard ISO 14001:2015. The certification recognises an organisation’s commitment to reducing the environmental impact of their operations, hereby positively enhancing their environmental performance. By gaining this award, Premier Coatings Ltd have


demonstrated their commitment to working sustainably and have implemented procedures across all areas of the business to ensure their environmental obligations are successfully fulfilled.


01233 770663 enquiries@premiercoatings.com Renovation window is the solution


Janisol Arte 2.0, the second-generation renovation window from Schueco Jansen, is proving popular with architects because of its enhanced specification, improved performance characteristics and ability to satisfy the aesthetic concerns of local


authority planners and conservation officers. Elegantly ‘retro’ Janisol Arte 2.0 offers an enlarged range of profiles with slim sight-lines from 25 mm. A wider choice of glazing bead shapes – right-angled, bevelled, scotia and flat – makes it even easier to find an exact match for the steel windows being replaced.


mkinfobox@schueco.com www.schueco.co.uk


STII door goes from strength to strength


The STII commercial door from SAPA has been well received by the market and sales continue to grow across all sectors. Further product enhancements have now been introduced. Double pivot doors, typically used on communal entrances, are now


available with master leaf electromagnetic locking. Further PAS24 options are also available including dual deadlocks, multipoint locking and panic exit devices. The STII door now also has its own framing solution, simplifying the creation and inclusion of side light and other composite elements.


01684 853500 www.sapabuildingsystem.com/en/uk Docklands in the frame thanks to Crittall


Crittall windows have been used to frame a spectacular London docklands view promoting a prestigious new residential and leisure development for the capital. When Ballymore Property Group needed state-


of-the-art glazing for the marketing suite promoting their London City Island development they turned to D&R Design who provided the perfect solution using large Crittall W20 steel doors and screens. “The sleek lines of Crittall’s narrow W20 profiles provide the perfect view whilst protecting the suite from the River Thames elements,” says D&R Design managing director David Phillips.


01376 530800 www.crittall-windows.co.uk


ADF SEPTEMBER 2018


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