why "art code" ?

In architecture, the facade of a building is often the most important from a design standpoint, as it sets the tone for the rest of the building. Art code is now being used by a new generation of architecture designers to explore innovative ways of generating form and translating ideas in a wide range of creative architectural disciplines

Wanangkura Stadium by arm architecture

The massive recreational facility features a colored cube construction with toned pixels that boast the local team's colors and create a strong contrast to the naturally orange landscape.
The roof in this case was also considered another facade, as many of the visitors arrive by plane than by land. From a distance, the facade texture creates a mirage-like effect and an iconic symbol for the small town.
The building rests on a concrete pad and steel frame system with highly insulated walls that maintain comfortable temperatures during extreme weather conditions, which also lightens the load on grid energy. the modular vitreous facade panels are easily fabricated and replaced, with integrated LED lights in the eastern entrance facade for night-time illumination. economical ply wall panels are stained to desired colors and make up the interior material, with a ventilated cavity behind assuring quality air control.

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