This project in Canada consists in maintaining a 950 m2 historical building from 1865, adding an expansion of 3410 m2, showcasing the historical aspect of the existing elements.The new addition to the building included a contemporary interior design, integrating the space with a variety of wooden panels. The architects wished to create a continues wooden theme at some areas of the facades, by replicating these wooden panels through high definition pictures.


6 different designs were printed on 170 6mm glass panels and installed in alternation in order to avoid repetition on the same facade. The integration of Dip-Tech’s technology reflects the high ecological criteria of this building to gain LEED gold certification




Project Partners




Laurier Glass