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Computer Science Building, Queen's University Belfast

2018 Vanceva World of Color Awards - Honorable Mention

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Facades , Health & education , Europe/middle east/africa

  • Location: Malone Road, Belfast, Northern Ireland
  • Completion: September 2016
  • Architect: Kennedy Fitzgerald Architects LLP | www.kennedyfitzgerald.com
  • Main Contractor: O'Hare & McGovern Ltd
  • Facade Contractor: Omagh Aluminium Systems Ltd
  • Internal Balustrades: A-MET Engineering Ltd 
  • Glass processor: GlasSeal (NI) Ltd | www.glasseal.co.uk
  • Photo: © GlasSeal

Multicoloured Vanceva laminate has been utilised both externally and internally in this redevelopment of the Bernard Crossland Building. The exterior has been adorned with Vanceva laminate fins to produce a facade that is striking in both sunlight and when illuminated at night. The brightly coloured laminate theme continues internally producing a modern facility for over 1000 students and staff. Queen's University Vice Chancellor professor, Patrick Johnston said "This state-of-the-art facility will contribute to the vision of the ICT Industry in Northern Ireland to be a world class centre for ICT excellence." GlasSeal are proud to have supplied the toughened, HST laminate utilizing Eastman's Vanceva to this landmark building in the centre of Belfast.