Design Innovation

Our Innovation is Your Inspiration

CENTRIA metal wall and roof systems redefine the boundaries of creativity with nearly limitless aesthetic options and cutting-edge product performance to blend form and function. Our building envelope products form the basis of design for some of the world’s most distinctive feats of architecture—from high-profile stadiums, museums and hospitality projects to the community and retail centers in your neighborhood.  Discover some of CENTRIA’s most unique design innovations to inspire the artist within.

Color that Defines Form and Function

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When designing the new OMNI Outpatient Surgery Center, Bennetts & Huysman Architects, PC veered off the path of traditional enclosure elements and aesthetics to grant it a new, unique identity. Formawall insulated metal panels were used to transform the building’s façade into a work of metal art.

While the low silhouette of the building provides its own distinct identity, color was used to truly differentiate the building. The façade showcases the visually stunning Kolorshift metal coating system. Kolorshift changes hues with varying angles of light, effectively shifting from one color to the next as light strikes its sleek surface.

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Imagine, Create and Repeat with Mass Customization

A new parking deck was a vital addition to serve Wake Tech Community College’s growing student population. To strike the right balance between looks, performance, and budget, Clark Nexsen Architects utilized custom-fabricated Paradigm metal panels from CENTRIA. Paradigm offers designers full creative control of the exterior skin, with custom panel parameters tailored to meet your unique project requirements. The reflective panels are spatially integrated to provide natural ventilation and expansive views.

Design Innovation
Design Innovation
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Design Innovation

Influence Culture Through Design

Design Innovation

Celebrating the rich artistic history of San Antonio, the Tobin Center for the Performing Arts was designed to reflect the city’s Spanish Colonial style in a way that is relevant to current and future generations. To achieve these goals, the owners turned to a design team led by Seattle-based LMN Architects.

The solution was to blend existing building elements with a metallic veil that reflects the sky and the surrounding structures. In the evening, programmable LED lights cast eye-catching light displays on the metallic surface. The system is backed by CENTRIA’s MetalWrap insulated composite backup panels, providing a complete wall system with thermal and moisture performance.

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