The Realm is a 250,000 square foot, nine-story building designed to serve as the centerpiece of a 324-acre mixed-use development. The project included 34,000 square feet (609 pieces) of non-insulated cladding precast. The panels varied in depth from seven inches to two and a half feet (protrusions) and incorporated to the use of three different colors of concrete. The design included several radiused cladding components. The final design is a blend of architectural precast and glazing to break up the overall scale of the building and create visual intrigue for the entire development.
Hill and Wilkinson General Contractors
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