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LE CORBUSIER’S FIFTH FAÇADE

Viewing buildings from above has become increasingly common in recent times. Beside the possibilities offered by satellite imagery websites, architecture often combines higher and lower volumes, with the lower building’s roof viewed as a façade from the taller building.

The concept of the roof as a “fifth façade”, first introduced by the architect Le Corbusier, is now more relevant than ever: whether sloped or flat, roofs have become a significant part of the exterior aesthetics of a building.

Using the same unique technology as the groundbreaking Riverclack®, the stylish new Riverclack® Agora metal roofing panels give a smooth, sophisticated, flat look finish to your building’s vital fifth façade.