Smoky Hollow Case Study

In a district that includes office space, apartments, restaurants, and more, Smoky Hollow’s 421 N. Harrington St. offers a stunning example of Fundermax panels matching high performance with high design.

Fundermax exterior phenolic wall panels were chosen for four main reasons:

  1. Code Compliance
  2. Durability
  3. Versatility
  4. Aesthetics

Architect Caitlin Fedor said the Fundermax phenolic wall panel system worked really well in the project. She appreciated the scale of the texture and size options because she could play with that in the design to fit the needs of the building.

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This case study explores the exciting Smoky Hollow project utilizing Fundermax panels as a wall and soffit application.