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Picture perforation used for a facade depicting a forest


L’École Internationale Edward Steichen High School, Clervaux, Luxembourg Architects: Jonas Architectes Associés


students. Jonas Architectes Associés won the assignment for construction and devised not only a plan for the buildings, but also an idea for decorative facades and sun protection. RMIG ImagePerf made it possible to realise their vision. As the school is more or less surrounded


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by woodland on all sides, a striking photo of a spring forest from a nature park in the Ardennes was chosen as the template for the facade image. Using perforation in various hole sizes, the beautiful image of the forest was transferred on to metal sheets. For more information, please email info.uk@rmig.com.


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Total insulation performance for college Priority Roofing installed over 7,500 m2


ROCKWOOL HARDROCK® Convenient and paper-free of Multi-Fix Dual


Density for the new school development at Clarin College, Athenry. In supplying the non-combustible insulation solution, ROCKWOOL enabled the roofing contractor to deliver against a complex


specification requiring thermal and acoustic performance without compromising on fire safety. With ROCKWOOL HARDROCK® Multi-Fix Dual Density, Clarin College’s new flat roof achieved a U-value of 0.15 W/m2


K, and met or exceeded the 35 db IANL


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’École Internationale Edward Steichen is a high school in Clervaux, Luxembourg, with room for 650


TECHNICAL CHARACTERISTICS


Raw material: Aluminium EN 5005


Pattern: RMIG ImagePerf Thickness: 3.0 mm


Surface treatment: Anodising Finishing operation: Bending


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