Mall with many faces

March 01, 2001 |

Developer Cappelli Enterprises didn't want its New Rochelle (N.Y.) Center shopping mall to be another "white-box" building. Architect Peg/Park of White Plaines, N.Y., developed a concept that called for the mall's façade to replicate some of the landmark buildings in New York City, with each storefront exhibiting a unique face. To accomplish this, the building team specified a prefabricated panel wall system that incorporated a variety of façade textures, colors and materials, including brick, granite, limestone, simulated limestone, EIFS and standing-seam metal siding.

Eastern Exterior Wall Systems.

Circle 209

 

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