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Translucent Building Elements in Basildon Campus | Rodeca
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Translucent Building Elements in Basildon Campus | Rodeca

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  • Use

    Rainscreen and glazing
  • Applications

    Educational construction / Teaching and Development
  • Characteristics

    High impact thermoplastic, translucent, ball-impact resistant, light-weight, high temperature resistance, anti-glare daylight, UV protection

More about this product

Located in Essex, United Kingdom, the Basildon Campus of South Essex College is a new building that uses Rodeca panels for an external rainscreen and glazing. With over 1,800 m² of facade area, this project exemplifies the many options of vertical glazing with Rodeca products. The rhythm of glass elements and polycarbonate glazing brings life to the extensive facade. Internally the building is bathed in a beautiful diffused natural light making a lively and bright environment for students and educators.

Project Details:

Project name: South Essex College - Basildon Campus
Type of Construction: New Build
Type of Building: Educational construction / Teaching and Development
Usage of Rodeca panels: Rainscreen and glazing
Used product: LBE 50 mm, PC 2550-10 fully colored – opal
Square meter of product: 1,800 m²
Architect: Gibberd
Location: Essex, United Kingdom
Date of construction completion: December 2020
Photographs: Rodeca Ltd., Paul Jackson

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