Sculptform Ernire Cropley Pavillion

Ernie Cropley Pavilion

The revitalisation of Ernie Cropley Pavilion by Cox Architecture is part of a plan to refresh the landscape of the University of Melbourne. Pacific Teak Tongue & Groove Cladding was used on the soffit to create a natural, welcoming aesthetic.

Click-on Battens were also used in Pacific Teak for consistency while providing a different linear texture.

Product

Tongue and Groove Cladding

Materials

Pacific Teak
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Sculptform Ernire Cropley Pavillion
Sculptform Ernire Cropley Pavillion
Specification Details - Cladding
Product Sculptform Tongue and Groove Cladding
Material Timber
Species Pacific Teak
Profile 138x19mm Sorrento
Coating Clear Oil
Sculptform Ernire Cropley Pavillion
Sculptform Ernire Cropley Pavillion
Specification Details - Battens
Product Sculptform Click-on Battens
Material Timber
Species Pacific Teak
Profile 42x42mm Block
Spacing 25mm
Coating Clear Oil
Mounting Track Standard
Acoustic Backing No
Sculptform Ernire Cropley Pavillion

Project Summary

Architect

Cox Architecture Melbourne

Completion Date

2015

Builder

Kane Constructions

Location

Melbourne, VIC

Photographer

Unknown

Sector

Education

modern suspended ceiling

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