The National Museum of the United States Army features Metalwërks’ Ameriplate in Stainless Steel at the building exterior. Sleek and distinctive, the 185,000 square-foot building is clad in this metal plate, where the cut edges of the faceplate material are the panels’ edges – a capability in metal you can only achieve with plate. When Ameriplate attachment hardware is concealed from view, architects achieve a fascinating floating panel effect, as seen above.
The project was designed by a team at Skidmore, Owings & Merrill, and has received some recent press features:
SOM reveals images of stainless steel US Army museum in Virginia – https://www.dezeen.com/2019/07/19/som-national-museum-of-the-united-states-army-virginia/
(The article includes some distinctive, and impressive, interior and exterior images.)
Featured Project: National Museum of the United States Army – https://www.architectmagazine.com/project-gallery/national-museum-of-the-united-states-army_o
(A comprehensive overview of the project with architectural details and information.)