Mayor tempio terracotta or rainscreen cladding offers many aesthetic qualities for a building facade and provides increased thermal and acoustic insulation properties.
Ventilated facades (Rain Screen) from The Tile People include both the terracotta and Rieder GRC Cladding options. Their numerous advantages include improved thermal and acoustic properties, 25 year warranty periods, low embodied energy ratings, ease of installation, non-combustible fire rating and sustainable production processes.
Ventilated facades are a type of cladding system that has become very popular among architects and contractors, mainly because of their high quality, their aesthetic possibilities and their numerous advantages including non -combustability, thermal and acoustic Insulation.
The ventilated facades system consists of:
Woods Bagot Director and Global Health and Science Sector Leader Georgia Singleton said the significance of the work carried out within the walls of the building provided the conceptual inspiration for the façade design.
The building’s external, predominantly solid facade provides a protective layer akin to an animal’s skin, linking to the building’s purpose as a research space for the natural environment.
Featuring a series of external shroud-like elements that adapt and change as the facade wraps the building, the design has produced an organic aesthetic that is distinctive to the Biomedical Precinct. Inspired by the natural environment, the design references the movements of a butterfly. The facade utilised a mix of Mayor Tempio bespoke sun shades and standard tile.
At 155m, this FGMT designed building remains the tallest building in Australia to have the Mayor Tempio cladding utilised around the services core of the entire building.
Installed by Ridgemont in Sydney this Batesmart designed block of high end apartments in Mossman Sydney utilises the Mayor Tempio FK 16 grooved tiles and baguettes.
Selected for its natural look it fits seamlessly amongst the neighbouring brick properties in this historic suburb of Sydney.