Aluminum panels accentmasonry-and-glass façade

October 01, 2008 |

Randy Lyall of Lyall Design, Norfolk, Va., knew that the design of the Princess Anne Outpatient Medical Center in Virginia Beach, Va., needed not only to incorporate architectural drama but also to be sensitive to scheduling and budget constraints. Lyall used approximately 3,500 sf of Citadel Envelope 2000 panels to highlight prominent entryways and design features of the building. The panels are composed of an aluminum skin laminated to a substrate of thermoset phenolic resin.

“We balanced the proportion of glass, masonry, and metal,” says Lyall. “The two-color masonry bands help manage the scale, and we took advantage of opportunities at the corners and entryways to introduce the Citadel panels.”


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