Panel cladding LAKE WHITNEY
stainless steelreflectivestructure

panel cladding
panel cladding
panel cladding
panel cladding
panel cladding
panel cladding
panel cladding
panel cladding
panel cladding
panel cladding
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Characteristics

Configuration
panel
Material
stainless steel
Finish
reflective, structure
Appearance
metal look
Color
gray
Other characteristics
decorative, custom

Description

Designed by Steven Holl Architects, this project features a custom facade and roof system developed by Zahner. The building is a long key-hole or water droplet shaped structure which measure 360 feet in length. The project pumps 15 million gallons a day for the South Central Connecticut Regional Water Authority. Located in South Central Connecticut, the project features the largest green roof in Connecticut, zero off-site storm water discharge, and geothermal heating and cooling. It also includes expanded wetlands for biodiversity, and was chosen as one of the top ten green projects in 2007 by the American Institute of Architects' Committee on the Environment (AIA/COTE). The building is clad in 24 Ga. Angel Hair stainless steel, 316 alloy. The building envelop system uses a custom S-pocket flat-seam roof and siding paneling.

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