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ALUCOBOND Blog | 2019 | September

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Let’s Talk Trends Vol. 1: Multi-Family Housing

Let’s Talk Trends is our very own publication discussing trends in the Architecture & Design industry. In growing our resources for the architectural community, ALUCOBOND® is proud to publish Volume 1, Multi-Family Housing which focuses on demographic, social, and technological influences along with interior & exterior materials and colors that drive current trends in the market. We’ve also curated two exterior color palettes based on multi-family housing industry trends for your inspiration. Download the full PDF and let’s talk trends!

Introducing a New Vision for ALUCOBOND®

Let us introduce our new vision for ALUCOBOND®.

In 1969, we invented Aluminum Composite Material, and we’ve been leading the world in design innovation and manufacturing excellence ever since. To help our clients build the future, we remain focused on inspiring the architectural community to create their legacy with the next generation of buildings and push the limits of design. As we build upon our brand identity we are expanding our focus with trend forward thinking to enhance our product and finish offering. Our relationships within the architectural community have provided us with a clear pulse to what’s important and what we need to better serve our customers. We invite you to join us on our journey and discover the first step to our rebrand.

FutureHAUS Leads the Way in Multi-Family Housing with Innovations for Smart Home, Prefabricated and Sustainable Design Concepts

Developed by faculty and students at Virginia Tech Center for Design Research, the FutureHAUS is an exploration in the integration of pre-fabricated, energy efficient and smart home systems for the future of affordable housing. The prototype was unveiled in the 2018 Solar Decathlon Middle East competition, taking home a first-place victory over 14 other selected teams and more than 60 total entrants. The victory comes after years of research in two distinct fields: the industrialization of buildings and integrated construction, and sustainably designed smart home environments.