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Multi-Use Medical Center Uses Vibrant, Color Changing Alucobond Panels

City Centre 1, CC1, Surrey, BC, Wensley Architecture, Keith Panel, Alucobond Spectra Cupral, Photography Howard Waisman

Project Name: City Centre 1 (CC1)
Project Location: Surrey, BC, Canada
Alucobond Materials: Spectra Cupral
Architect: Wensley Architecture
Fabricator: Keith Panel Systems Co. Ltd., Vancouver, British Columbia
Attachment System: KPS System A Plus pressure-equalized rainscreen
Client: Lark Group
Images: Photos © Howard Waisman of Waisman Photography
The new 12-story, 183,000 square foot City Centre 1 (CC1) building is part of a large development by Lark Group to create a Health and Technology District in downtown Surrey, BC. Located across from the Surrey Memorial Hospital the CCI building, designed by Wensley Architecture, houses 90 medical and technology specialists. Additionally, the first floor features 16,000 square feet of retail space, restaurants and an on-site gym. (more…)


7 Times Architects Transform Aluminum Composite Into Three Dimensional Masterpieces

Uppsala Concert Congress Hall, Henning Larsen Architects, Alucobond Sunrise Silver Metallic, Sweden, STYLEPARK Aluminum composite material (ACM) is manufactured as flat panels. Architects are then tasked with transforming this flat building material into functional designs. ACM has the ability to be fabricated, routed, cut and curved. It is lightweight and can be manipulated into a variety of shapes. What this flat panel needs is an architect’s foresight to transform it. (more…)