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Colossal Mall In Russia Invites Shoppers With Three-Dimensional Alucobond Spectra Facade

The nearby Pakhra River inspired the design for the Riviera Shopping Mall and Entertainment Center in Podolsk, Russia. The colossal retail complex is nearly 915,000 square feet and features a variety of fashion, leisure and dining experiences.

Alucobond PLUS Aids Architects In Kinetic Façade That Transforms Gentilly Office Building

photography ©Sergio Grazia

Southeast of Paris, in the Val-de-Marne, sits the captivating Janus/Riverside office building by Brenac & Gonzalez. The eight-story, nearly 56,000 square-foot complex features a three-dimensional exterior façade. The architects won the competitive proposal for the project in 2012, completing construction in 2017.

Woven Commercial Facade Features Newest Alucobond PLUS naturAL series Terra

In Kaunas, Lithuania, the SiTis Business Center stands out with its impressive three-dimensional façade. Lead architect Rytis Račiūnas of nebrau.com studio in Lithuania designed the commercial office structure. Kaunas is the second largest city in Lithuania and is seen as a cultural and academic epicenter. New architecture competes with historically significant interwar Art Deco style structures, dating back to the 1920s.

High-Rise Serves As District’s Epicenter With Dimensional Anodized Alucobond Facade

photograph ©Beat Bühler

In the heart of Limmattal, which spans from the bustling city of Zürich, is the new district of Limmatfeld. A mixed-use residential high-rise serves as the epicenter, soaring above the district with a dynamic and recognizable façade. The Limmat Tower was designed by architect Lukas Huggenberger of huggenbergerfries using color changing Alucobond PLUS.

7 Times Architects Transform Aluminum Composite Into Three Dimensional Masterpieces

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.