Sapphire Anodised Sunscreens installed by Lowline Group help soften and bring the 1960’s stark concrete and glass facade into the 21st century by blending the building into the treed surrounds. The sunscreens not only look fantastic they provide energy efficiency for the building by preventing harsh summer sun, yet allowing warm winter sun to enter the glass facade.
Yarra Valley Water -Yellingbo
|Finishes:||Matt Ice, Linished Matt Nebbio, Matt Wattle, Matt Bamboo, Matt Picholine & Matt Spectral Slate all in AA25|
|Product:||Aluminium Hollow Sections|
Bendigo Bank HQ
Five Star Energy Rated Building with Sapphire Anodised Finishes 16,000 m² Bendigo Bank commissioned BVN Architecture and Gray Puksand to design the corporate headquarters in Bendigo to house over 1,000 staff. The brief for the building and integrated fitout coalesces 5 current locations into one central facility. In the development of the project a strong […]
The Art Screen – The Quarter HQ
Karratha Art Screen adorning the Quarter building at Karratha featuring 129 custom perforated panels anodised in Matt Blueberry – AA25 and provides sunshading for the commercial building and protection from cyclonic winds. Nestled in the heart of Karratha, The Quarter is an urban oasis which is fast becoming a place of vibrant corporate and community […]
Ballarat Learning Exchange
Awards 2006 CEFPI Victorian Chapter Awards for Outstanding School Facilities – Best New Facility: Individual 2005 RAIA VIC Regional Award 2005 Commendation for the Dulux Colour Award Commercial Exterior Located within a high-profile precinct in Ballarat in regional Victoria, the Exchange is surrounded by historic and contemporary buildings. Colour was the generator of a new […]
Yarra Valley Water – Cardinia
Sapphire Anodised Suncreens installed by Lowline Group now known as Louvreclad to modernise the glass facade and bring the building into the 21st century. The suncreens not only look fantastic they provide energy efficiency for the building by preventing harsh summer sun, yet allowing warm winter sun to enter the glass facade.