- 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.
- LOPO Terracotta Facade Project-Ji’an Causeway Bay Plaza
The architects used the terracotta facade panels and the glass curtain wall as the exterior wall claddings of the whole project and designed and matched according to the functional requirements of the different areas of the project so as to create a well-arranged building facade
- LOPO Terracotta Facing Bricks Project – Zhonghai Bay Sales Center
To highlight project’s architectural style and make it a unique project display window, the marketing and sales center of the project is designed as an exquisite Southern Fujian courtyard. The courtyard is surrounded by lush greenery, and small brooks flow inside the courtyard.
- LOPO Terracotta Panels Project - TM Office Building
The main body of the building consists of a combination of several rectangle structures. The designer divides the overall facade by using apricot and brown terracotta panels separately and in large areas in different facade areas.
- Villa Project Featuring LOPO Terracotta Claddings
Located in Chongming Island, Shanghai, the project is adjacent to Dongtan National Nature Reserve and Wetland Park, boasting unique natural resources. The project has a floorage of about 200,000 square meters.
- Terracotta Rainscreen’s Application In Business Centers
The exterior wall of the office building above the 6th floor adopts vertical hanging terracotta panel installation system. The neat vertical lines are formed by the terracotta cladding panels and the glass curtain wall while the top floor eaves has a unique arrow tail design.
- LOPO Terracotta Cladding Project - Stadium of Gansu ECI College
The facade of the stadium is all made of terracotta facade panels as the decorative materials for exterior wall, among which the white terracotta claddings are used in the three-dimensional polygon, while deep red terracotta tiles are used for the door frames and columns of the first floor.
- LOPO’s Large Public Building Project --- Shenyang Youth Activity Center
The facade of the building is mainly decorated by LOPO brownish red terracotta facade with glass curtain walls. The terracotta tile is just like a red ribbon, which neatly divides the entire facade, allowing the harmonious coexistence of different structures on the façade.
- LOPO Metallic Surface Clay Thin Brick
Through reductive firing technique by using metallic oxides, LOPO has produced a series of clay thin bricks whose surface is cast iron-like with metallic luster. Unlike ordinary clay tiles, the metallic surface clay bricks incorporate a special metallic texture.
- LOPO Facing Bricks Project - The Bund House
The Bund House residential complex is a 260,000 m2 upscale residential complex developed by Greentown Real Estate, one of the renowned developers in China. This project is located in South Bund, with just a few steps away from century-old historic areas such as Exotic Building Clusters in the Bund
- Public Arena Project- Citizen Fitness Center in Heping District
Funded by Finance Bureau of Shengyang, the Citizen Fitness Center in Heping District is a district-level sports facility newly completed in 2017, designed as public fitness center for all citizens of Heping District, Shengyang City. With a site area of 56,000 square meters and a floor area of 17,000
- Archives Building -- China Resources Archives
With stunning sea view, this architecture adds the finishing touch to the nearby teaching areas of China Resources University. This architecture is destined to bridge the past to the future. The architects select the cyan-blue terracotta curtain bricks and the brushed concrete as the exterior wall