Fins

You’ve got to have some Fins. The use of vertical fins is a fundamental part of the Architectus language. Their purpose is often related to solar shading – but never limited to that: fins create order, repetition, rhythm, abstraction and depth; fins change depending on the viewer.
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Those striking aluminium fins framing a stunning Auckland day

Those striking aluminium fins framing a stunning Auckland day

ASB North Wharf building, a total clad facade solution.

ASB North Wharf building, a total clad facade solution.

St Peters College under construction

St Peters College under construction

Image result for augusta building auckland boys grammar

Image result for augusta building auckland boys grammar

Image result for Haileybury Brighton Junior School + Girls Middle School

Image result for Haileybury Brighton Junior School + Girls Middle School

85 Fort Street | Architectus Fins in full light!

85 Fort Street | Architectus Fins in full light!

Gaunt street Datacom - steel concrete and aluminium construction. Architectus

Gaunt street Datacom - steel concrete and aluminium construction. Architectus

The new Datacom home, clad on the east and western facades with curtain walls, fins

The new Datacom home, clad on the east and western facades with curtain walls, fins

Mandeville Centre, Loreto Toorak | Architectus

Mandeville Centre, Loreto Toorak | Architectus

152 Fanshaw in stunning silhouette at dusk

152 Fanshaw in stunning silhouette at dusk

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