01 product description
The project builds on all of the inherent qualities of DuPont™ Corian® for outdoor applications: it is smooth, non-porous, resistant to weathering and graffiti, has a good UV resistance and provides edges that have the same colour as the faces and joints between each panel. The translucency of DuPont™ Corian® can also be exploited beautifully in exterior applications.
Cool, clean DuPont™ Corian® Glacier White was the obvious choice to highlight the subtle sculptural look of the building, with its lines, planes and angles, its repeated openings, its interplay of shadow and light. Inside, the spacious bedrooms offer a view over the Garonne.
Seeko'o means “iceberg” or “glacier” in Inuit.
All pictures: Seeko'o Hotel, Bordeaux, France
Architect: Architecture King Kong, Bordeaux, France
Photos © Arthur Péquin
02 Material Properties
03 All DuPont™ Corian® Solid Colours Products
04 TagsArchitecture, Culture, DuPont™ Corian® Articles, DuPont™ Corian® Products, Facades – static shell or dynamic transition?, Featured Project, Hospitality, Interview, Special: Adaptive Facades
05 Articles about DuPont™ Corian®
Glass, glass and nothing but glass
The sky is reflected in Europe’s highest building. London’s “The Shard” seems to constantly adapt to the weather and changing light conditions. This “visual adaptivity” is made possible by a coating custom-made for the high-rise. Julius Streifeneder talked with Bart Akkerhuis about it.› To the article
All façades are essentially media façades
In their work, artists and architects Jan and Tim Edler from “Realities United” focus on building systems and the potential for communication they afford. Adeline Seidel met Jan Edler in Berlin to talk about adaptive concepts.› To the article
The adaptable house
What systems and materials lay the basis for an architecture that can respond dynamically and independently to climatic influences? We present a few current R&D projects.› To the article