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60 EXTERNAL ENVELOPE


Innovative public housing with Nordic Copper


including Nordic Brown Light copper cladding – as part of its tenure-blind strategy. Branch Place provides the first replacement


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homes in the second phase of the Colville Estate Masterplan designed by Karakusevic Carson Architects, part of Hackney Council's innovative housebuilding programme, delivering hundreds of much-needed Council homes for local people through a pioneering model of financial cross-subsidy. The project provides 116 mixed-tenure homes alongside new public routes, play spaces and landscaping. The two buildings of Branch Place are


crafted from a considered palette of high-quality tenure-blind materials including brickwork, timber and Nordic Brown Light pre-oxidised copper. A copper mansard roof, installed by Full Metal Jacket, to the building next to Regent’s Canal reflects the roofscape


n exemplar for a new, progressive era of public housing design in London utilises high-quality materials –


of neighbouring historic warehouse buildings and marks an entrance to Branch Place and the new Colville neighbourhood. Nordic Brown Light is part of an extensive


range of architectural copper surfaces and alloys from Aurubis with an unrivalled lifespan counted in hundreds of years, no maintenance and full recyclability. With a melting point of 1083˚C and ‘A1 (non- combustible material)’ fire classification to EN 13501-1, copper is suitable for cladding tall buildings, using appropriate constructions. Low thermal movement makes it appropriate for any locations and it is non-toxic and safe to handle and work. Its inherent antimicrobial qualities make it ideal for touch surfaces internally as well. The Aurubis architectural range includes


Nordic Standard ‘mill finish’ and Nordic Brown pre-oxidised copper, with lighter or darker shades of brown. The extensive Nordic Blue, Nordic Green and Nordic Turquoise ranges have been developed


with properties and colours based on the same brochantite mineralogy found in natural patinas all over the world, and offer various ‘Living’ surfaces. Copper alloys include Nordic Bronze, Nordic Brass and the innovative Nordic Royal with a rich golden through-colour.


01875 812 144 www.nordiccopper.com WICTEC facade system a key element to Kings Cross gasholders conversion


The design team responsible for the visually striking redevelopment of three redundant gasholders in the Kings Cross area of London has made eloquent use of a unitised version of WICONA’s high performance WICTEC system for the facades to the apartments created. Within the Grade II steel framework that was restored, the triple glazed and thermally broken aluminium WICLINE window solution provides the occupants with excellent thermal performance and weather resistance, as well as high acoustic control as they look out on the views of the capital. The package was delivered by Italian Project Manager, Frener and Reifer. The Facade Engineer on the project for Arup, Rob Buck, commented: “We provided a performance specification to Frener Reifer who then identified WICONA’s WICTEC system as the most applicable to the project’s demands. The WICONA facade system met the stringent thermal requirements which were compounded by the penetrations through the facade to support the balconies and solar-shading systems. The primary facade was installed from the floor plate which avoided the potential of clashing with the Gasholder steel framework.”


01924 232323 www.wicona.com/en/uk Sto goes back to school


The tremendous design possibilities offered by the StoVentec Glass rainscreen cladding system have been highlighted by a recently completed project at a leading Midlands school. The Sto system was specified for the Wolverhampton Girl’s High School due to the strong visual


appeal which matched the architect’s vision for the project. “We chose the StoVentec Glass system instead,” says Joe Harris of Seymour Harris Architects. “It’s tough and scratch-resistant, but it still provided the high degree of reflectivity that we were looking for.


0141 892 8000 www.sto.co.uk Profile 22 Optima Flush Casement Windows


Over 500 Profile 22 Optima Flush Casement Windows were installed in a private housing development in Whalley Range, Manchester. The Profile 22 Optima Flush Casement Window more than met the demanding requirements of the development. Jonny Reynolds, Technical Director at Kingfisher


Windows, said: “The Optima Flush Casement Window offers the perfect solution for developments in areas protected by conservation orders that need a window that replicates the 19th


window design, whilst offering modern features and benefits.” www.profile22.co.uk


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