PLAZA OF THE AMERICAS

The project

  • Location Dallas, Texas - USA
  • Date 2013
  • Studio Corgan Associates
The project for the conversion of the commercial centre “Plaza of the Americas” in Dallas, built at the beginning of the 1980s, transformed a poorly used skating rink into a large, more attractive atrium-oasis which is much easier to use by those who work in the complex and visitors. Designed in collaboration with the landscape architect James Burnet (Klyde Warren Park), the new Plaza of the Americas, which lies at the foot of three buildings of 25 floors each, hosts an indoor oasis of 3700 m2 with plants, fountains, fine surfaces and textures and features comfortable break areas and meeting points. In the refurbishment of 2013 new commercial spaces were opened, a new fitness centre and a conference centre were built on the existing parking area, new entrances were added and all the spaces were coated with new finishes.
Plaza of the Americas: Photo 1

Product used

Plaza of the Americas was paved with 6000 m2 Kerlite 3Plus BUXY, in Amande and Caramel colours, in the special format 100x50 cm, demonstrating the versatility and resistance of the ultra-thin porcelain stoneware, which is also very suitable for busy commercial areas.
Plaza of the Americas: Photo 3
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BUXY - AMANDE

The sizes:

  • 19 1/2"x39"
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BUXY - CARAMEL

The sizes:

  • 19 1/2"x39"
Plaza of the Americas: Photo 51
Ceramic Architecture
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