Sto in Architecture
Every country has its own way of building, living and working. Architecture reflects the contrasting identities of people, their history, their present and their vision of the future. Sto has over 50 years experience and a proven pedigree of innovative product development and customer service, gained by working with leading architectural practices worldwide.
25th February, 2014
Stonehenge Exhibition and Visitor Centre
The StoSilent acoustic ceiling system from Sto is providing acoustic control throughout the stunning Stonehenge exhibition and visitor centre.
8th January, 2014
One of the busiest train stations in the UK, Reading railway station is undergoing a major refurbishment. As part of the refurbishment, Grimshaw Architects has specified 1,200 m² of StoVentec Glass.
3rd September 2013
With a lack of development space and funds, refurbishment of tower blocks is an attractive option. PRP Architects set themselves the challenge of turning around the negative associations of high-rise residences with their refurbishment of Tamworth Towers.
3rd June 2013
Project: Acute Hospital, Enniskillen
The Acute Hospital at Enniskillen is one of the most advanced healthcare buildings in Europe. The £276 million, PFI-funded hospital has been externally clad with over 9000m² of StoTherm Mineral K.
14th February 2013
Project: Plymouth Life Centre
Plymouth Life Centre is the city's brand new leisure and sports centre. Opening in 2012, the facility cost £46.5m, and became the base of operations for several international 'London 2012' hopefuls.
8th January 2013
Project: Sainsbury Laboratory
The 2012 prestigious Stirling prize went to Sainsbury Laboratory, an £82m plant research centre at the University of Cambridge.
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