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EXTERNAL ENVELOPE


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site. “The smooth, non-porous nature of Corian®


Corian® and its ease of cleaning and


maintenance made it the ideal choice for ensuring the longevity of the pristine white finish,” Leighton concludes. Fabricated and installed by Corian® Industrial Partner, Unique Fabrications Ltd, the cladding consists of 1300m2 Corian®


of in Glacier White thermoformed into


sculptural panels and fitted over 15 weeks using an aluminium support system. Corian®


Solid Surface also makes an


impressive appearance to the interior of the building, continuing the ribbon motif with cladding around varying levels of the lobby and forming the main reception desk. Both applications make the most of the material’s translucency and its compatibility with technology, by smoothly integrating backlit logos for added impact. Operational Director of M-SParc, Pryderi


ap Rhisiart, adds “We did a lot of research ourselves before agreeing to the Corian® cladding, and we know we’ve made the right choice. The impact is exactly what we wanted from this flagship building. The public and businesses alike comment on the external and internal design when they enter, with the Corian®


creating a clean, professional finish


fitting to a building of this stature. It really does have the wow factor.”


is a highly valued solution for


facade applications due to both its aesthetic versatility and long-term performance. A variety of impactful design and decorative effects can be achieved when working with Corian®


, which is available in 42 colours for


facade applications. Whether creating a sleek monolithic appearance, strikingly angular structures, flowing curves or ethereal lighting effects, Corian® no other.


offers a facade solution like


fixing systems, the adaptable properties of Corian®


Compatible with mechanical and Kiel enable fabrication and fitting to run


smoothly. It is also fire rated, resistant to graffiti, UV and climatic conditions – and, should any damage occur – the material is repairable. It also offers the broadest range of international certification for facade applications among solid surfaces and has passed a series of fundamental tests for its application to the exterior of buildings. In the UK, additional high-profile cladding projects with Corian®


Solid Surface include


the RIBA award-winning Macmillan NGS Unit by The Manser Practice, the striking Lancashire Constabulary West Division Police Headquarters by McBains Architects, the illuminated facade of Motel One by Mackay + Partners and the multi award- winning Lens House by Alison Brooks


Architects. The unique benefits of Corian® have been applied to a range of buildings from public and commercial projects to private residences, capitalising not only on elegant aesthetics but also on confidence in a wise and cost-effective investment. In the UK, Corian®


Design sponsors a


RIBA approved CPD seminar on Solid Surfaces for Rainscreen Facades. To book this CPD seminar please contact Kim Firth on the details below.


0800 962 116 info@corian.co.uk www.corian.uk


ADF SEPTEMBER 2018


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