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Utilizing colour in architecture isn’t always as easy as it may seem. NORR Architects, however, were up for the challenge incorporating red ACM panels with stunning mill-finished Kalzip FC.
When entering the new Ryerson Students Learning Centre you are immediately aware of the geometric ceiling. Made of ALPOLIC FR MATERIAL the acoustical ceiling is complete with a prismatic paint finish which will change colour from varying angles and lighting.
Located in Pickering, Ontario, the Pickering Town Centre was renovated in 2009 with a unique “leaf motif” design featured at each of the six entrances of the shopping center, as well as on the interior elevator.
A sleek and modern façade comprised of glass and aluminum composite material from Alpolic aligned the designer’s vision with the Samsung brand.
The TTC York University station roof, made possible with Kazlip and Radius Track, was awarded the new metal roofing category winner for the Metal Construction News Building and Roofing Awards.
Planning for the New Central Library (NCL) began in 2004, when Calgary City Council committed $40 million to the project. It was designed by Snohetta Architects with the help of Canadian firm DIALOG.
Nvelope cladding systems deliver an installer-friendly experience on the complex, unique National Music Centre (NMC) façade in Calagary, AB, designed by Allied Works Architecture (AWA).
BAR Constructors, Inc. chose Radius Track Corporation to help them deliver curved structural light-gauge framing for the Able Pump Station project.
During the opening ceremony, special attention would have been given to the gooseneck-like structure, 47m in height, where the Olympic flame was lit in the Medals Plaza.
Co-owned by the University of Toronto and the City of Toronto, the $205-million centre is the sole aquatics facility in the region that meets the latest international competition standards.
The Boulevard Club West Wing Replacement Project is a new two-storey addition to the historic Boulevard Club on Toronto’s western waterfront…
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