Trespa® Meteon® Architectural Panels Help Create a Welcoming Environment for Survivors of Domestic Violence at Denver’s New Rose Andom Center
To help make life easier for domestic violence survivors and their children, the new Rose Andom Center in downtown Denver consolidates services from 25 different agencies within one building. The project’s architects, OZ Architecture, chose beautiful and durable Trespa® Meteon® architectural panels as part of their vision of “imbuing the center with an ‘I am worth it, I am valuable’ feeling” for the center’s clients. The architects selected Trespa’s Wood Decors NW09 Wenge for its warm, welcoming effect. Trespa® Meteon® is a decorative high-pressure compact laminate (HPL) with an integral surface manufactured using Trespa’s unique in-house technology, Electron Beam Curing.
In response to Denver mayor Michael Hancock’s plea to the construction team to provide reduced fees and donated materials to ensure that the crucial community service center would be built, Trespa provided a price-break on its products.
The Rose Andom Center opened in June 2016, and is projected to eventually serve more than 3,000 clients per year.