Aodeli SAP panels shine at HOTA Gallery opening

Since announcing our involvement in the iconic HOTA (Home Of The Arts) product in June last year, we have watched closely as our SAP (solid aluminium panels) in 11 custom-matched finishes were installed on the exterior façade by fellow Queensland partner, Cladding Creations. The recreation of the 3D Voronoi cellular structure as designed by ARM Architecture in aluminium panels has been a thing of beauty to behold.

The 5,500m2 construction opened earlier this month and is set to become one of Australia’s largest regional galleries. The distinctive and original design is truly worthy of this accolade. The complex installation required Aodeli and Cladding Creations to develop a delivery plan to have only the required panels on site at any given time.

“This has been a special project for me and all of the team at Aodeli. We may supply our cladding products nation-wide but being involved with such an amazing project on the doorstep of our head office that we could see progressing daily was a unique experience. We could not be happier with how our products have achieved the design worthy of a landmark project such as this,” commented, Aodeli General Manager, Wayne Saunders.

Hansen Yuncken were responsible for the $63 million construction project making it the largest public gallery in regional Australia. The building will be home to Queensland’s 4,400 piece collection including many Aboriginal and Torres Strait island artworks as well as featuring a dedicated Children’s Gallery.

See more on the project here