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Feringa Building | first façade panels applied + timelapse video construction year 2021

21 December 2021

Façade cladding

The first large façade panels were applied in the Feringa Building project the previous days. On each floor, the large windows are separated by a wide strip of so-called 'wybert' slates. These are diamond-shaped aluminium panels that together form a scaly pattern in various shades of grey.

Timelapse video of the construction year 2021

The progress of the Feringa Building can be followed by everyone via this webcam. With the images of this camera, the progress of the construction project in 2021 can be clearly seen:

More information about the construction project Feringa Building:
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