Lorin Anodized Aluminum Featured in Architectural Record

The U.S. Olympic and Paralympic Museum, located on 1.7 acres of land in Colorado Springs, Colorado, embodies the U.S. Olympic and Paralympic spirit. To achieve this effect, the designers chose Lorin's anodized aluminum to create a system of panels with integrated gutters that wrap the double-curved geometry of the façade. The magazine Architectural Record recently covered the building project in a great feature article. Read the story here: