Brambier’s used Barrisol Artolis on custom tubing for the Lena Sue Beam building at Gaston College. The common area was transformed into an airy, inviting space, while acoustically pleasing. To meet interior design requirements, Barrisol Artolis® offers a set of technical solutions in a wide width (up to 5m: without welds or sewing).

Barrisol Artolis®

What makes Barrisol Artolis® coatings unique is that they are shock and impact resistant but are also perfectly adaptable for wall applications, as well. They install easily, and with no construction dust. We find that incredibly helpful for the client as well as us. Less clean up! The options for design are endless with this adaptable material. We thoroughly enjoy working with it and seeing the results.

About Gaston College – Lena Sue Building:

The existing 21,000 SF Lena Sue Beam Building was renovated and expanded by 11,000 SF for a new 32,000 SF facility. The program includes multiple classrooms, computer labs, science labs, School Commons and administrative offices, conference rooms and work rooms. It will now house the Early College program for Gaston College. The Early College program rapidly expanded, as Gaston College began working closely with the Gaston County School District to create a program for high school students to get a jump on college and potentially earn an Associate’s Degree.

Location:  201 Hwy 321 South Dallas NC 28034

Contractor: Matthews Construction

Architect/Designer: Mistri Hardaway

When Brambier’s completed this project: 2013

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About the Photographer:

Michael Maheux is the owner of Panorama 360°. Mr. Maheux is based in France, and traveled to Florida to photograph these wonderful spaces. He is an architectural photographer, specializing in virtual tours, or 360° panorama photographs. With his innovative approach and technological know-how, Mr. Maheux brings distinctive vision to his work. He has traveled the world, photographing the unique and beautiful architecture throughout Europe, North America, South America, Africa and Asia. See more of his amazing portfolio at