3d facades

An overview of projects, products and exclusive articles about 3d facades

Project • By Look CompositesTheme Parks

Ferrari Land

Ferrari Land is the second amusement park of the Italian brand in the world. Like the first, located in Abu Dhabi, its design is striking, this time with even more three-dimensional shapes. The central building simulates the nose of a sports car, the accelerator building has a spectacular, futuristic design. For the manufacture of the leather, which is totally made to measure and outdoors, the selected material has been GRP. OBJECTIVE OF THE PROJECT- Three-dimensional shapes in all the pieces. All different and made to measure.- Flame retardant material B-s2-d0.- Good behavior outdoors over time.- Lightness and rigidity.- Production capacity.   FINAL SCORELook Composites® has developed for this project a "low cost" system for th... More

Product • By Look CompositesGRP (Plástico Reforzado con Fibra de Vidrio - PRFV)

GRP (Plástico Reforzado con Fibra de Vidrio - PRFV)

GRP is a composite material, made up of a resistant fiberglass structure and a plastic material that acts as a binder. Used for both interior and exterior pieces, facades and even urban furniture. More

Project • By Atmosphere DesignLabOffices

Adl-Mecone office facade and interior

The project consists of a four-story commercial building in Ernakulam, India. The design called for efficiency-oriented structure with minimal sacrifice for aesthetics. Being in a tropical humid climate, a climate responsive façade was required to reduce operating costs. These criteria led to the conception of a perforated Corten steel curtain wall encompassing the four-story structure. In the context of an indistinguishable concrete fabrication, the building ensures a rigid identity and a probable landmark.   Facade The façade is made using weathering steel-a steel alloy which forms a stable rust-like appearance after exposure to weather for several months. The rusting process facilitated by the forces of nature and p... More

NewsNews • 1 Jul 2020

Five dynamically three-dimensional facades beautifully represented through drawing

Brick screen detailing - click on image for detailed drawing Lipton Thayer Brick House by Brooks + Scarpa The Lipton Thayer Brick House by Brooks + Scarpa is wrapped almost entirely in Chicago ‘Common’ brick, which is chosen because it looks different from typical red brick. It is also abundant and inexpensive as a material. The bricks are organized into vertical twisting columns to create an ever-changing pattern of opening and closing as light moves across and through the façade.   Steel louvre detailing - click on image for detailed drawing Media Library St Paul by Peripheriques Architectes The Media Library St Paul  is clad with a stack of what appear like irregular sheets that are actually slig... More