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655 New York Avenue
​Address: 655 New York Avenue, NW, Washington, D.C., 20001, United States


Finish: Terracotta

Material: Aluminum vertical shading fins.

Due to engineering and budgetary requirements, authentic terracotta was not an option for the vertical shading fins specified on this new build. To satisfy the requirements of the customer, Decora worked with one of its suppliers to develop a custom terracotta finish for the extruded aluminum fins on this 768,000 rentable square foot office building.

Improve Canada
​Address: 7250 Keele St, Concord, ON L4K 1Z8


Finish: Dark Cherry

Material: Pre formed aluminum cladding panels and trims

The demand for wood on the facade of this 320,000 sq.ft home improvement center was not realistic due to maintenance and building code restrictions. Decora was able to provide a dark cherry finish on fabricated aluminum panels which were used to clad the facade and resolve the aesthetic and technical challenges.

Roots Eaton Centre
​Address: 220 Young St unit c 32, Toronto, ON M5B 2H1

Finish: Cream Cherry

Material: 2"x4" Extruded aluminum tubes


Decora provided a custom match to mimic the wood used commonly throughout the Roots stores and provided coatings services on the tubes used to screen the exterior of  the high traffic flagship retail store. 

The Well
​Address: 8 Spadina Ave., Toronto, ON M5V 2H6

Finish: Terracotta

Material: Aluminum Fins & Curtain Wall

Decora worked with PPG to develop a terracotta finish for the client who wanted the look of terracotta but due to the required shapes and sizes, was unable to use the material and as a result, created vertical fins from aluminum. These fins can be seen all along the exterior and throughout the interior of the building.