CUPA PIZARRAS natural slate now covers the Roman Catholic Church of the Archdiocese of New Orleans (Louisiana), Notre Dame Seminary. The roof, with a total surface of 9500 square metres, was restored in 2007 by our CUPA Heavy 14, highlighting the handsome chateau-like building of this graduate school of theology.
Fyrtårnet (The Lighthouse) is the first CUPA PIZARRAS natural slate façade in Denmark. Located on Amerika Plads in Copenhagen’s Open Harbour, this residential complex, designed by Danish architects Lundgaard & Tranberg, used our innovative installation system CUPACLAD®, made for natural slate ventilated façades.
CUPA natural slate covers a 20,000 square-foot home, Abbey Farms, in central New Jersey (USA). CUPA Heavy 14 natural slate was considered the ideal roofing material for this project, designed by J. Costantin Architecture because of the need for the roofing to be sympathetic to the surrounding architecture and environment. CUPA Heavy 14 natural slate is a strong slate with a smooth […]
The 550 square meter roof of the Oude Kluis Castle in Gentbrugge, Belgium, is covered by CUPA 4 Excellence selection natural slate and 24 THERMOSLATE® panels, installed by our belgian partners Plumco from Kruibeke and Van Den Driessche Miguel from Aarsele- Tielt.