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The new cladding is designed to extend the lifespan of the homes significantly, be maintenance-free and enhance the visual impact of Ringbakken.
For variety, the blocks are clad in two different shades of Cover: C33 and C44, both measuring 528 x 240 x 37mm.
Ringbakken consists of four low-rise apartment buildings surrounded by a green communal area. The façades now have a contemporary, high-quality look.
All of the first-floor apartments have spacious new balconies, while those at ground-floor level open onto private terraces and the communal area.
As part of the renovation project, the long, north-facing façades are now clad in dark laminated panels.
The production process for C44 includes using a reddish clay slurry to remove the lump of clay from the wooden mould. During the firing, the slurry gives C44 its ‘flamed’ look.
C33 is a striking brick in shades of red. The tile is handmade using traditional methods that date back hundreds of years.
Ringbakken was built in the 1960s, using yellow machine-made brick. Unfortunately, incorrect vacuum settings were used during the production process. This meant that the bricks, especially on the west-facing façades, could not cope with frost and had begun to crumble.
The old, closed architectural style did not encourage social interaction. Overall, Ringbakken was so architecturally unappealing and had become so run-down that it was increasingly difficult to attract tenants.