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60 EXTERNAL ENVELOPE


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


BMI Slate fulfils beach-based dream


Facing out across the Bristol Channel, the Beach House at Brean, near Weston-Super-Mare, is both striking and robust – and now features a roof guaranteed by BMI Redland for 15 years against the storms and aggressive marine conditions it faces. Self-builder Phil Scott


chose Cambrian Slate from BMI Redland, partly because of the recommendations from BMI’s Technical Department and partly because of his own knowledge. Manufactured to be lightweight with a thin leading edge and surface patterning taken from impressions of real natural slates, Cambrian Slates are suitable for a wide range of projects.


marketingukandi@bmigroup.com www.redland.co.uk BMI Redland Heathland found moreish


Combining the appearance of a handcrafted tile with the robust performance of concrete, the BMI Redland Heathland tile has proved ideal for an exclusive development in Warlingham, Surrey. BMI Redland’s Heathland tiles are a more sustainable product than the handmade clay tiles they mimic because they incorporate a


significantly lower level of embodied carbon. Heathland combines natural weathered character with the performance of a machine-made tile in an attractive and cost-effective roofing product.


marketingukandi@bmigroup.com www.redland.co.uk


A Dutch masterpiece with BMI Redland


One of the UK’s largest manufacturers of flat and pitched roofing and waterproofing solutions – is setting new standards in interlocking profiled clay tiles with the introduction of the BMI Redland Hollander Clay Pantile. The Hollander Clay Pantile replaces the


company’s popular Cathedral Clay Pantile and offers several design and manufacturing enhancements over its predecessor. The increased headlap variation, now up to 30 mm, gives more laying flexibility, a second nib provides greatly improved tile stability and a second nail hole means more roofs can be just nailed rather than clipped.


marketingukandi@bmigroup.com www.redland.co.uk Klober Permo® air gets recognition


Klober has received a significant boost for its low resistance air-open underlay Permo® air with certification by Local Authority Building Control (LABC) for its Registered Details scheme. LABC ensures that buildings


are safe, healthy, inclusive and efficient, and meet the standards set by the Building Regulations. Designed to meet this requirement and prevent condensation forming in the roofspace, Klober Permo® offers an exceptional level of breathability. Permo®


air air not only avoids


the additional cost of supporting ventilation, but also interruptions in the roofline caused by traditional tile or slate vents.


01332 813050 klober.co.uk/shop/category/air-open-underlay


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ADF JANUARY 2019


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