A Perforated Facade for an Award-winning Car Park

Wembley Pink MSCP is part of an extensive regeneration project that will also include new housing, shops, venues etc.

The multi-storey car park has been built to serve the needs of the national stadium and can provide parking for 290 coaches and 730 cars. It will also house 18 outside broadcast units for large international events.

RMIG provided a colossal 4,665 m2 of perforated metal to create the facade that encases the car park. Using RMIG ImagePerf, the facade depicts images of trees as well as silhouettes of cheering fans, whether it be at a rock concert or a football match.

This innovative building received a double accolade at the British Parking Awards 2020, winning two awards within the Special Projects Category.

Technical characteristics

Architects: Potter Church & Holmes Architects
Raw material: Galvanised steel
Pattern: RMIG ImagePerf and round hole perforation
Thickness: 3.0 mm
Finishing operation: Bending
Surface treatment: Powder coating RAL 9016 HWF

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