Stunning Iridescent Home In Austria Uses High Performance Lumiflon FEVE Resin Technology

CoMED, a2 architekten, Vienna, Austria, Alucobond Spectra Galaxy Blue, Hertha Hurnaus Photography
In Vienna, Austria, design duo Andrea Daemon and Andreas Doser of ad2 architekten ZT have designed the impressive CoMED private residence. The home is immediately eye-catching as its construction features a series of abstracted geometric shapes. The addition to the home’s unusual angular shape, a prismatic aluminum composite material was used to fully construct the exterior. Alucobond’s Spectra Galaxy Blue was chosen to provide a modern, iridescent alternative to traditional residential building materials.

Building’s Stunning Prismatic Fin Employs Lumiflon FEVE Resin

Lydian, 400 K Street, Washington DC, Davis Carter Scott, HITT Contracting, CEI Materials, R4000
400 K Street in Washington DC’s Mount Vernon Triangle district, features two modern residential apartment buildings. The Lydian and the Lyric, designed by Davis Carter Scott, each feature the latest in contemporary living from rooftop retreats to resort-style pools. In a much sought-after neighborhood, the new apartments offer modern living and easy access to local transit. In addition to contemporary living space, the building’s feature retail and restaurant accommodations, creating a destination within itself.

Exhibit’s Valflon-Coated “Wings” Retell Space Craft’s Spectacular Story

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After 20 years of service, NASA's Space Shuttle Atlantis was taken out of commission and transferred to the Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex, where it be turned into an exhibit. The newest attraction is housed in a facility that is designed to retell Atlantis' 30 year history. Architectural wings that are coated in Valspar's Valfon wrap around the building, depicting the flames that would ignite along the bottom of the craft as it re-entered the atmosphere.