Case Study Videos

“As an architect you design for the present, with an awareness of the past, for a future which is essentially unknown.”
Norman Foster

 


Project: Woodcroft Neighbourhood Centre

 

Designed to seamlessly integrate into its natural surroundings, discover how Danpalon® Microcell clear panels create a lantern effect at night and allows natural daylight into a community building.

The floating quality of the Danpal Seamless Façade give users a sense of comfort, safety and serenity.

 

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Project: Pimpala Station

 

Some structures evoke a dialogue between the inside and outside. Standing tall in its elegance, discover how Danpalon®’s ability to twist and illuminate brought a vision into reality.

The spectacular curving design of the Danpal Seamless Façade points to aeronautics flight.

 

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“Life is architecture and architecture is the mirror of life.”
I.M. Pei

 


Project: Blak Box

 

Discover the enclosed box that is the perfect space and place for a conversation, a fully immersive experience during the day and night.

Designed as a visual and aural space, a double-glazed Danpalon® solution is the perfect combination of lightweight while showcasing sound and light design.

 

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Project: Gold Coast Sport & Leisure Centre (GCSLC)

 

Designed to host world-class sports events and provide a legacy for the City of Gold Coast community to enjoy, a vast Danpalon® architectural façade sits proud on the Gold Coast Sport & Leisure Centre.

The large-scale, seamless translucent façade highly insulates and evenly diffuses both natural daylight and interior lighting, providing the perfect balance of aesthetic grace and structural strength for which Danpal is renowned.

 

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“I have a dream that architecture can bring something to contemporary society. Architecture is how people meet in space.”
Kazuyo Sejima

 


Project: Ballarat and District Aboriginal Co-Operative (BADAC)

 

Discover how a double-glazed Danpal façade incorporates culture and the land into a building, while creating a safe and welcoming space.

Danpalon® colourful Microcell panels were used to create the unique translucent flag.

 

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Project: Ian Potter Queen’s Hall Redevelopment, State Library Victoria

 

Go behind the scenes of The Ian Potter Queen’s Hall unique redevelopment.

A specially engineered and custom-built Danpal Roof system brings in soft, natural light while still protecting the historic, delicate diamond fish scale design.

Lightweight translucent Danpalon® Microcell panels are installed over the entire hall as a second, outer skin roof to protect the original roof.

 

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