London Clay and Art Centre

this unique building is located downtown London, Ontario and has been transformed into a beautiful creative space flooded with natural light. The tilt turn windows compliment the century old exterior fa├žade with slate tiles and transforms the interior to an efficient contemporary art space.
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New efficient vinyl windows blend in perfectly with this century old facade Macfadyen Design & Build
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New efficient vinyl windows blend in perfectly with this century old facade Macfadyen Design & Build
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Traditional exterior to modern interior - these windows are used to cycle fresh air efficiently into this large space Macfadyen Design & Build
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long reaching shadow lines invite gusts to enjoy this modern creative space Macfadyen Design & Build
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Traditional exterior to modern interior - these windows are used to cycle fresh air efficiently into this large space Macfadyen Design & Build
“Love those windows!!” — stac0807
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A hidden jewel - this barrel ceiling is perfectly lit with a segmental eyebrow window by EVW. Below this area is a potters circle which is naturally lit during the day Macfadyen Design & Build
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In contrast to the Front Elevation - the Rear Elevation of the LCAC is a contemporary jewel, where the designer had creative freedom to apply punch-colours, box bays and corrugated metal siding along with the Tilt Turn Windows - shown here in black Macfadyen Design & Build
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In contrast to the Front Elevation - the Rear Elevation of the LCAC is a contemporary jewel, where the designer had creative freedom to apply punch-colours, box bays and corrugated metal siding along with the Tilt Turn Windows - shown here in black Macfadyen Design & Build
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Tilt Turn Windows at the front and rear of the building creates a consistent air flow and brings light into every corner Macfadyen Design & Build
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In contrast to the Front Elevation - the Rear Elevation of the LCAC is a contemporary jewel, where the designer had creative freedom to apply punch-colours, box bays and corrugated metal siding along with the Tilt Turn Windows - shown here in black Macfadyen Design & Build
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