Equitone Tectiva, a through-coloured fibre cement cladding product from Fairview was installed on the unique curved facade of the 5-star luxury hotel, Hyatt Regency Sydney.
Formerly the Four Points by Sheraton located on the fringe of Darling Harbour, Hyatt Regency went through a complete redevelopment, which included the refurbishment of the hotel and construction of a new convention space as well as a 25-level tower.
Equitone Tectiva, a through-coloured fibre cement cladding was installed by Stane Industries. A clear shield on the highly expressive fibre cement structure of the Tectiva range provides waterproofing as well as enhances the natural finish of the product. During the manufacturing process each panel develops a unique texture, colour and surface. Equitone’s Tectiva range offers high durability, low weight and fast, easy installation.
Additionally, Equitone is also deemed a non-combustible façade solution with longevity exceeding 50 years, making this product the ideal choice for the iconic Sydney hotel. The hotel’s facade features about 4500 square metres of Equitone in TE10 colour.
Kristina Stoffers of Cox Architecture designed the redevelopment project with Brookfield Multiplex serving as the builder.