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'Foreign Office Architects' Designed Aluminium Tile-Covered Building

 - Sep 15, 2010   Updated: May 16 2011
References: dezeen
A beautiful new building stands in London for the students of Ravensbourne College of Design and Communications. 'Foreign Office Architects' designed a magnificent aluminum tile-covered building adorned with circles on its surface.

The building has decorative circular-shaped windows, tiles and doorways. Eco-friendly with 28,000 anodized, multifaceted aluminum tiles and an atrium, which provides ventilation, this aluminum tile-covered building is truly astounding.

Implications - The rise of environmentalism has led to an unprecedented wave of environmentally friendly architecture. This building's facade is covered in aluminum tiles, adding an instantly recognizable aesthetic that's easy on the Earth. Companies can take advantage of this opportunity by infusing eco-friendly principles in client-facing designs and marketing material.