Architects Design Award Winning Multi-Family Housing Complex With Stunning Exterior Designs

River City Condos, Toronto, ZAS Architects Interiors, Saucier Perrotte Architectures
The River City Condos sit along the Don River in downtown Toronto, Canada. The multi-family housing development is composed of four buildings, built in three distinct but complementary stages. Designed by Saucier + Perrotte Architectures and ZAS Architects + Interiors, the facades feature contrasting metal composite panels in ALPOLIC®/fr aluminum Matte Black and Gloss White finishes.

New York Residential Facade Pays Homage To Historic Architectural Design

Lantern House, Heatherwick Studio, New York, Dezeen
Heatherwick Studio was commissioned to design a residential building in Chelsea, Manhattan in New York City. Within a highly competitive architectural market, the architects were tasked with designing a building that stood out. The architects describe, “In contrast to new glass apartment blocks that have sprung up along High Line, we wanted to create a new type of residence: one that was reminiscent of the area’s existing historical building, design and built for permanency.”

Metal Panels Envelope Canadian Residence To Produce Contemporary Home Design

Excelsior Architectural Product, Residential, Home Design, ALPOLIC Metal Composite Material, MCM
Metal composite material is used in a wide variety of architectural markets. From education to corporate identity, the versatility of this material has made it a go-to in the architectural sphere. Due to its light weight, ease of fabrication, and wide-ranging color palette, the material has gained popularity since its creation in the 1960s.

New York City Apartment Building Features Dimensional Bronzed Façade

108 Chambers, New York, Woods Bagot, Pure Freeform, Deco Bronze, Brennan Photo Video
108 Chambers is a 10-story mixed-use residential building in Tribeca. By Greystone Development, and designed by Woods Bagot, the building features multiple condominium floors with ground-level retail. The exterior immediately grabs attention with a series of angular protruding bronzed aluminum panels. The building serves as a great contrasting element to the surrounding more traditional New York City facades.