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Symbiosis College of Applied Science

This is one of the most iconic architectural roofing project spread in 30,000 sq ft area.

The Project

This is one of the most iconic architectural roofing project spread in 30,000 sq ft area. The roof supplied was the KingZip Linea aluminum standing seam roofing. The facility is being used as an auditorium with a seating capacity of 750 people.

KingZip Linea offers the flexibility to create architecturally convex, concave, and taper curved roof profiles complemented with single length roof panels. The project utilize one of these aspects of KingZip Linea to conveniently design such complex roof shapes.

Indore, M.P
Kingspan KingZip Linea
30,000 sq ft
Shashi Prabhu & Associates, Mumbai
Symbiosis Architectural Roofing

Design Flexibility

The roof design and color replicate the flower “Palash” which is found predominantly in the Indian subcontinents. The curved flower petals were replicated using KingZip Linea aluminum standing seam roof panel extending the roof to form a part of the wall. Aluminum being lightweight, yet strong makes an obvious choice for this project.

It is one of the most flexible systems available in the roofing market for delivering single and double curvature with the stunning aesthetics.

Design Solution

“KingZip Linea can achieve building shapes and geometries that no other products in the market can, however on this project there were a lot of technicalities to work through – such as the many junctions and sheet profile types. The fact that we were involved in the project from the very beginning enabled us to overcome any potential design challenges early on. The installation itself went smoothly.

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