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    Stramit Monopanels the cladding of choice for Williams Boag Architects project

    Nathan Johnson for Stramit

    Stramit Monopanels clad the exterior of the Elizabeth Street ‘Walkups’ project in Richmond, Victoria, giving residents a resilient façade in a Colorbond colour.

    The Stramit Monopanel wall cladding has a concealed fixing system that enables a smooth faced finish design for feature walling, effective in both horizontal and diagonal applications.

    The Monopanel is a cold roll formed steel product in G550 base material (550 MPa minimum yield stress) with zinc-aluminium alloy substrate in accordance with AS1397 and colour coating available in a range of colours.

    It’s simple "fix, hinge and cover and fix again" installation system features a continuous interlock and concealed fix, which ensures a weatherseal for all joints. Its 250mm cover is comprised of High Tensile Steel which benefits a greater damage resistance and performance.

    Principal Architect for Williams Boag, Peter Williams said the flexibility of the Stramit Monopanel meant it provided a seamless “articulation to the façade.”

    The redeveloped ‘walk up’ buildings on Elizabeth Street, Richmond are the first completed part in a series of upgrades from Williams Boag Architects (WBa) which promise to transform the district’s housing estate into a benchmark affordable housing facility.

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