On the grounds of the "Old Vinyl Factory" RMIG demonstrates just how surprisingly diverse façade cladding made of perforated sheet metal can be.
An unusual and striking facade for a new school building
An eye-catching two-tone facade has been created with the successful combination of RMIG ImagePerf and RMIG round hole perforation. On the new school building, the appearance of this unusual and attractive facade changes according to light and distance, bringing character and depth to the images.
Contrast created with perforation
The facade on the new school building is both simple and complex in its
design and has been created with the use of RMIG round hole perforation
combined with RMIG ImagePerf, bringing artist Anne-Gry Løland’s
intricate and complex perforation design to life.
The core of the building is constructed in concrete and steel and the
elegant relief effect of the perforated aluminium panels and their sharp
edges serves as a striking contrast and gives the school building a lighter
character. Due to the varying distance between the cladding and the walls
behind, the appearance of this unusual and attractive facade changes according
to the light, bringing depth to the images.
All Pictures: Lyngdal Secondary School, Lyngdal, Norway
Architect: Asplan Viak
Design year: 2013