Wooden facade cladding
A CEDAR FAÇADE FOR A BUSINESS SCHOOL
A fully wooden façade shell with openings for the windows encompasses the ground floor and the first floor, but is replaced by a glass façade on the second floor thus gently emphasizing the house cube unit and the “hovering” roof. The façade is clad in vertical wooden lamellas from Cedar wood. The otherwise static wooden façade is given rhythm by the different lamella widths that create an interesting wave shape.
Project type: Wooden facades
Project year: 2008