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Roseland Toth Theatre

New Glasgow, Nova Scotia, Canada

According to artist Christian Toth's website, "[The] Original Painting ‘Justice’ (20ft x 10ft); digitized, manufactured, engineered and installed on 158 Fundermax architectural panels totaling a surface area of 120ft x 60ft of which Christian was the lead artist, designer, liaison with the manufacturer, and project manager of the delivery."

"The beautiful work of art is installed on the historic Roseland, where Viola Desmond (as featured on the new Canadian $10 Bill) stood up for civil rights at the historic event that took place in 1946."

See more images of the project on his website, here and read more details on the project on MacGillivray Law's website, here.


How Max Compact Exterior Panels Added Value

Fundermax's exterior phenolic panels provide the extreme durability required in a rainscreen system that would face high heat as well as low temperatures in Canada.

Additionally, with the ability to create custom digitally printed panels, artist Christian Toth's design, "Justice", was able to be printed directly on the panels. 

Plus, with our industry-leading US exterior warranty and ease of installation, our panels were a perfect match for this project.

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Application:

Rainscreen Facade

Product:

Max Compact Exterior

Industry:

Culture & Community

Office Building

Color:

Individualdecor

Finish:

NT/Matte

Fastening System:

Exposed Fastening System

Building Owner:

Jamie MacGillivray, MacGillivray Law

Artist:

Christian Toth

Photo Credit:

Dan Okraszewski | MAP Sales