Learning from the forest
A perforated facade with an artistic impression
Strinda High School is the result of a merger of several educational facilities. One of the main ideas of the project was that the new construction should embrace the existing one, and provide a harmonious yet contrasting space for meetings and activities.
The facade of the school building is made from perforated metal sheets with a combination of round hole perforation as well as RMIG ImagePerf interpreting the design of artist Anne-Karin Furunes. The facade gives the building a transparency and lightness, contributing to the spatial and aesthetic experience.
Raw material: Aluminium EN 1050
Pattern: R11Z40, RMIG ImagePerf
Thickness: 3.0 mm
Finishing operation: Bending
Surface treatment: Powder coating
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