Tromso, 2014

Product Line
EXYD-G
with
Pattern Perforation

Application
Interior
Entrance Foyer
Restaurant
Ceiling
Pentagonal Panels
3D-Shaped Panels

Material
Chromium-Nickel Stainless Steel
EN 1.4301
AISI 304
0.8 mm

Building
Clarion Hotel
The Edge

Clients
Pellerin
Aspelin Ramm

Architect
Niels Torp

Interior Designer
Schmidt Hammer Lassen

General Contractor
HENT

Photos
PDF, 14 pp.
flickr.com

Location
Google Maps

Related
Cairo Pentagonal Tiling

Clarion Hotel The Edge, Tromso, Norway … Photos, PDF

At the waterfront in Tromso opened the conference and business hotel The Edge. It has 13 floors, 287 hotel rooms and meeting rooms for up to 1000 people.

Tromso, Clarion Hotel The Edge, Entrance Foyer with Pentagonal Pyramid Shaped Ceiling Panels, Product Line EXYD-G, Photo EXYD, 2014

The general design of The Edge has been developed by Niels Torp; the Norwegian architects won in 2010 the invited competition.

Schmidt Hammer Lassen were responsible for the interior; the Danish architecture office selected for the ceiling of the hotel lobby and the restaurant product line EXYD-G.

Tromso, Clarion Hotel The Edge, Entrance Foyer with Pentagonal Pyramid Shaped Ceiling Panels, Product Line EXYD-G, Photo EXYD, 2014

EXYD produced around four hundred ready-to-install pyramid shaped panels with pentagonal silhouettes (Cairo Pentagonal Tiling). 50 percent were perforated using a nonlinear whole pattern.

Installation was carried out by F-Eiendom. General contractor was HENT.

Tromso, Clarion Hotel The Edge, Prototypes of the Pentagonal 3D-Shaped Panels for the Entrance Foyer, Product Line EXYD-G, Photo EXYD, 2014

Above: Prototypes of the pentagonal 3D-shaped panels.
Below: Front edge of hotel.

Tromso, Clarion Hotel The Edge at the Waterfront, Photo EXYD, 2014

Schmidt Hammer Lassen Architects stated: "… the restaurant and the lobby have a spectacular ceiling in a triangular pattern. The ceiling is designed in polished stainless steel, which reflects the light and creates a shimmering atmosphere indoors, underlining the whole experience of being close to nature."