Thursday, 16 August, 2018 SURFACES REPORTER |
The facade of the building is made from a series of triangles positioned according to a precise algorithm. The passing clouds are reflected in the facade that envelops the innovative interior.
Architect Paul Stevens, ZAS Architects
Particularly notable is the unique façade of the Cloud panels on the upper levels of the building where a scale-less aesthetic of tessellated glass and aluminum panels are unlike any other on campus.
Its shimmering pattern of materials and reflectivity are always changing, much like the students work that will be created within it. The Bergeron Centre contains 15,700 m2 of floor space on 5 levels.
Project- Bergeron Centre for Engineering Excellence, Canada
Material Used- Tessellated glass and aluminum panels