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King of Prussia, PA

A 30,000sf Office Building. Built in the 1960s an orange/yellow “Venetian” color (in three different shades) with an acrylic based textured wall coating with Sto Limestone finish and graded marble aggregate was chosen. The new cladding and finishes were applied directly over the existing masonry using this sophisticated Sto system. “In the 840 building the owner was thinking Italian Renaissance,” said architect Thomas Nickel of Wulff Architects. “It has a very Roman ‘Pantheon’ aesthetic due to the proportions, ornate pediment designs, column orders, and the rich earthy colors.”