The University of Portsmouth Sports Halls facade consists of densely packed vertically mounted TERRART®-Baguettes. These Baguettes come in a variety of different natural terracotta shades. This helps the building in emanating a natural and grounded feeling and it creates an inviting atmosphere.
Colour: M 7.04-0 natural
A transparent foyer connects the two parts of this classical office block. The façade, kept in lucca bluish grey and made from TERRART®-MID and surrounding special corner units, impresses by virtue of interesting coloured reflective effects. The façade is integrated into the inside of the foyer at the interfaces, thus ecoming a creative connecting element between the office units.
This multi-storey car park incorporating retail outlets on the ground floor was constructed from prefabricated concrete elements that remain visible at key points of the façade. This style is broken up primarily by the corner features, which are accentuated through the use of bluish grey solid panels. The application of lamellar sunscreen cladding and sparing …
Office Development in Reading. The greyish blue TERRART®-MID panels were specially developed for this scheme. 70 Office Development, Reading, Großbritannien, Architekt: Sidell Gibson. The office scheme in Reading clearly illustrates the colour variations offered by terracotta – here in a blue/grey chromatic shade. Even such a small-scale façade derives a unique radiance from ceramic components whose shape and colour are tailored to the particular features of the building.