Naritaweg, Amsterdam – Tijdelijke School

"Infinite" and not repetitive pattern

A temporary school building is built in Naritaweg; close to  Sloterdijk train station in Amsterdam.  This building is built with standard modules, and the façade is clad with STENI Vision. All the façade panels are square and they have the exact same pattern. By turning each panel 90 degrees when cladding the wall, it forms an infinite and not repetitive pattern. The same pattern is also used for some interior walls.

 This school is expected to operate for four years and afterwards the builder will use the elements to clad some other buildings.

CITY:
NARITAWEG AMSTERDAM
ARCHITECT:
MULDER VANDENBERK ARCHITECTEN
CONTRACTOR:
BUKO
BUILDER:
-
PROJECT YEAR:
2017

The STENI panels are adorned with a printed pattern.

The STENI panels are adorned with a printed pattern.