- Terracotta Baguette --- Special Texture for Architecture Facades
The design of the terracotta baguettes in this project not only ensures that the office building has sufficient light coverage, but also yield a shading effect. More importantly, the terracotta baguettes form a special texture of the building facade.
- LOPO Facade Brick
Clay bricks, being the building materials with the longest history, have been demonstrating continuous dynamism and vitality in today's building and construction industry. Clay facade brick’s unique features and wonderful design flexibility brings endless inspiration to the architects.
- LOPO Terracotta Cladding Project: Diplomatic Residence Compound
For the second phase of DRC, the designers use terracotta cladding tile and triangle-shaped terracotta unit to carry out the ‘stylistic restoration’of the whole building to make the historical buildings and modern architecture co-exist in perfect harmony.
- LOPO’s Terracotta Facade Residential Project - ZARSION MANSION
The designers use 22 mm terracotta panels as the curtain wall material for the building facade. The overall building is dominated by light orange, decorated partially with dark grey lines, making it warm and elegant. I
- CF Stadium Project Featured LOPO Architectural Terracotta Cladding
As energy conservation and environmental protection have become a major consideration in architectural design, the architectural terracotta facades have become one of the most popular facade materials in public buildings, such as stadiums, schools, libraries, and government agencies.
- LOPO Timber Texture Facade Panel Project – Shanshui Wenyuan
The architectural design of the project follows the style of phase 1 and 2 of the project.It does not pursue a specific style, and highlight details of the design, such as waist line, stone, the changing textures and division of the terracotta brick.
- LOPO Terracotta Facade Project – China Eastern Airlines Office Building, Beijing
In terms of its architectural design, the project is a well-structured modern building. The designer use gray-white, dark-gray terracotta cladding and blue-gray glass curtain walls to divide the facade of the building into simple and clear architectural lines.
- LOPO Flexible Brick Slips Project -- Vanke Port Apartment, Tianjin
The design of the Port Apartment adopts a simple modern apartment style. With a large part of the facade decorated with terracotta tiles, together with a regular rectangular bay window design, it caters to the aesthetic taste of its major consumer group, the young people.
- LOPO Terracotta Facade Project -- Zhongguancun NO.1
The overall design style of the project is a well-structured modern building. The design method tends to be rational, and embodies a digital sense in the plane layout and facade profile, rendering a tall and straight urban image.
- LOPO Terracotta Panels Clad the Smart City
The facade of the project adopts dark gray and white tones, which renders a rational, cool yet modern sense as seen in the high-tech industry. The facade is all made of terracotta cladding tile
- LOPO Terracotta Cladding Project In China Porcelain Capital
Jingdezhen in Jiangxi is seen as a famous porcelain capital in China and one of the five famous kilns in China. After thousands of years of development, Jingdezhen’s ceramic products have long been well-known at both home and abroad.
- SCAC - An International Landmark Project Featuring LOPO Terracotta Panels and Louvers
The project is located in the Sanjiangkou area of Mawei New District, Fuzhou, China, facing the Minjiang River with the Nanjiangbin Avenue in the south. Designed by the Finnish design master Pekka Salminen, the project covers an area of about 150,000 square meters.