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Alucobond Cladding Used On Futuristic Footbridge To New London Flagship Station

Project Name: Canary Wharf Crossrail, Adams Plaza Bridge
Project Location: London, England
Alucobond Materials: Alucobond® Plus White
Executive Architect: Adamson Associates
Design Architect: Foster + Partners
Fabricator: Booth Muirie Limited
Installer: Lakesmere
Photography: Richard Gooding

The Canary Wharf Crossrail station in London is a new development utilizing the expertise of UK architectural cladding specialists Booth Muirie Limited (BML). The team was responsible for cladding a “futuristic footbridge entrance to the new flagship station.” One of several stations in the large development, the project is located on the North Dock of West India Quay in East London.

Logo-Inspired Sculptural Sunscreen Takes Corporate Branding To New Level With Alucobond NaturAL ACM

Project Name: Sephora Robson Street
Project Location: Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
Alucobond Materials: Alucobond® PE naturAL Brushed
Architect: Francl Architecture
Fabricator: Keith Panel Systems Co. Ltd.
General Contractor: Marcon Construction Ltd., of Langley, British Columbia
Photography: Daniel Lunghi Photography

Beauty authority Sephora is internationally recognized for its unique retail concept, which combines an extensive array of top-of-the-line beauty and cosmetic products, sales consultant expertise and distinctive store design. While all stores utilize Sephora’s bold black-and-white color scheme, each store features unique design elements with many incorporating Sephora’s iconic “S”-shaped flame logo in store décor and signage.

Energy Company Headquarters Becomes First LEED Platinum Office Building In Canada

Project Name: Manitoba Hydro Headquarters
Project Location: Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
Alucobond Materials: 32,500 sq. ft. Alucobond® ACM
Architect: Smith Carter Architects and Engineers and Kuwabara Payne McKenna Blumberg Architects
Fabricator: Thermal Systems
Photography: Gerry Kopelow

Manitoba Hydro is the fourth largest energy utility company in Canada. Producing nearly all of its energy from self-renewing waterpower, the company offers some of the lowest electricity rates in the world. The Manitoba Hydro headquarters enabled the merging of the companies 15 different locations to accommodate the 1,650 employees on 21 floors. The headquarters is one of the most energy efficient office buildings in the world, showcasing the importance of healthy building. The project was designed with five distinct goals: healthy and productive workspace, energy efficiency, sustainability, signature architecture and a positive urban impact on Downtown Winnipeg.