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UC Riverside

Alucobond, UC Riverside, Elward Systems Corporation, Riverside, California

Project Name: UC Riverside
Project Location: Riverside, California
Alucobond Materials: 36,000 sq. ft. of 4mm
 Silver Metallic
Year of Installation: 2005
Architect: RBB Architects Inc.
, Los Angeles, CA
Fabricator: Elward Systems Corporation
, Lakewood, Colorado
Installer: Engineered Metals Co.
, Fair Oaks, Texas
Attachment Method: Rout and return dry system
Alucobond® Material Courtyard Adds "High-Tech" Look How do you introduce the “high-tech” look of metal as part of an engineering building on a university campus where brick makes a traditional statement? A suggestion of metal in the context of a brick exterior leads to a courtyard where the walls are clad predominantly in Alucobond Material—at the University of California, Riverside, Engineering Building Unit 2. Also introduced as a complement to brick on the exterior, sandstone is utilized as part of the courtyard as well. Overhead, the courtyard canopy of PVC fabric becomes an innovative design element that mixes well with the high-tech look of Alucobond Material cladding. (more…)

The Lutheran Theological Seminary Philadelphia

Alucobond, Lutheran Theological Seminary, GYA Architects, Philadelphia

Project Name:  The Lutheran Theological Seminary
Project Location: Philadelphia, PA
Alucobond Materials: 17,910 Sq.Ft. of 4mm 
Custom Lutheran Pewter
Attachment Method: Rout and Return
Year of Installation: 2005
Architect: GYA Architects
Fabricator: Eastern Exterior Wall Systems Inc.
General Contractor: Alvin H. Batz, Inc.
Contemporary Alucobond® Blends With Historic Stone in Seminary Learning Center The Lutheran Theological Seminary at Philadelphia, situated on 14 park-like tree-shaded acres, has been a community presence in the Mount Airy neighborhood of Northwest Philadelphia since the 1880s. Classes at the 500-student campus – originally founded in 1864 and a seminary of the Evangelical Lutheran Church of America – have been held in a hodgepodge of historic spaces, including the dining rooms of professors who reside in campus housing.  (more…)