The new school is light, colourful and spacious. The open style lets light in from outdoors on all sides. The variety of Stratobel Colour glazings gives the beautiful complex a unique appearance.
The Lyceum owes its playful and fresh character to all the coloured glazing. Getting the colours just right was quite a challenge. The colour scheme was achieved by applying a combination of Vanceva coloured interlayers to the glass. Some colours absorb so much heat that tempered glass had to be used.
In total, some 350 m² of Stratobel Colour was processed for the Lyceum, some of which was non-transparent. Achieving the exact same shade of colour for both non-transparent and transparent panels presented an additional challenge.
All in all, it took us about two and a half years from engineering to completion. The results are impressive. The town of Alphen aan den Rijn has gained a colourful school campus.