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Looking for some inspiration for your next project?

The new Insol portfolio could be perfect for you.

Filled with examples of bespoke design, energy efficiency, sun shading, architectural enhancement, ventilation, and value engineering, the new portfolio will be sure to you give some inspiration for your next project.

To view the full portfolio, click here.
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For the Ramada suites, the choice of materials was a critical point. The client had used natural cedar on earlier projects but was not completely satisfied with the result. We were therefore asked to explore other options.

To find out how this challenge was overcome, and to read the full case study, click here.
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One of the key challenges of the Smales Farm Vodafone building project was to engineer a minimalistic and aesthetically unobtrusive support structure capable of clear-spanning a large existing curtain wall, without penetrating the glazing.

To see how Insol provided a solution that achieved the goals, and to read the other challenges, click here.
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For the Grey Base Hospital project, we were invited to assist with the mechanical ventilation louvres that had to be fitted to the window frames, and the solar control fins.

Read the full case study here. https://hubs.ly/H0d6dmQ0
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Inspiring plans from the Scandinavian architecture firm White Arkitekter for a psychiatric clinic in Nuuk, Greenland. The clinic will be composed of two stacked rectilinear volumes and have a perforated yellow facade which will mirror its arctic landscape setting striking "the perfect balance between a calm, healing, and trustworthy atmosphere".

Read more about the project here.
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The Leon Leicester Avenue complex is a group of versatile commercial buildings. The combination of Azimuth Screening and Solaris Louvres has helped make it a significant part of Auckland’s Mt Wellington landscape.

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We designed bespoke fixing details to modulise and pre-fit the façade screens to the primary building structure before it was craned into place, to remove the need for external access equipment.

In doing this, we met the client's budget by sourcing and developing cost-saving alternative products, while retaining architectural intent.

To read more about Insol’s involvement in the Hereford street car park, click here.
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In 2018, we decided to create two separate teams to focus on the differing demands of commercial and residential projects.

While Insol will focus on commercial projects, Aurae has been established to focus on louvre and façade solutions for residential properties.

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For the Hereford Street Car Park we designed bespoke fixing details to modulise and pre-fit the façade screens to the primary building structure before it was craned into place.

To view the full case study, as well as the full portfolio, click here.
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Want to take your next project to the next level, but need a little bit of inspiration?

With perforated diamond shaped metal panels that were angled out from the building face to provide ventilation, interspersed with red translucent panels that provided a strong colourful element to the architectural effect, the Lichfield Street Car Park shop drawings could be perfect.

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