Case studies

Zinc Shingles on the Cliff House – Video

Zinc Shingles on the Cliff House – Video

Back in 2015 we wrote about this unique house, Casa Acantilado in Salobrena, Spain, cut into the cliffs and featuring bespoke elZinc® Natural zinc shingles, each with a turned-up corner to evoke a reptilian surface reminiscent of a horned viper. Now the architects...

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Brown Zinc Townhouses, Church Walk, Stoke Newington

Brown Zinc Townhouses, Church Walk, Stoke Newington

This group of six large townhouses have been developed by Bluecroft and Hanover Housing Association to help meet the need for larger houses in the area. The use of elZinc Rainbow Brown zinc for roofing and cladding met the planning requirements and gives the houses a...

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Zinc cladding at the seaside: Coast Bournemouth

Zinc cladding at the seaside: Coast Bournemouth

A new development of luxury seafront apartments known as ‘Coast’ is the first in the UK to take advantage of elZinc Slate Advance. Specifically designed for use in marine environments, elZinc Slate Advance has a protective coating which provides a barrier to salt damage .

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It’s got to be green – The Grove Hotel

It’s got to be green – The Grove Hotel

When the Grove Hotel, as part of an ongoing developement programme, created the Cedar Suite they wanted an oval copper-clad structure that will act as a stand-alone wedding and events space for the hotel with its own unique quality and relationship to the garden.

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Princess Elizabeth Hospital Guernsey – Lighthouse Wards

Princess Elizabeth Hospital Guernsey – Lighthouse Wards

The Lighthouse Wards at Princess Elizabeth Hospital, Guernsey comprise three single storey wards containing 60 continuing care units for elderly patients. The tiled roofs on the the buildings had failed just five years after installation. Architects Naftel Associates chose to replace the roof with zinc standing seam.

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NATO HQ with a stunning and durable zinc roof

NATO HQ with a stunning and durable zinc roof

The new NATO headquarters in Brussels has the largest zinc roof in Europe. The roof spans a total surface of no less than 35,000m2 of NedZink NOVA Pro-Tec standing seam bays in seemingly unmanageable lengths of 26 metres. A challenging project in many respects.

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