The clash between the suburban past and the urban present is most obvious at the spectacular glass-enclosed Vaughan Metropolitan Centre station. It features a polished stainless-steel ceiling punctuated with chamfered skylights that may be the most remarkable thing of its kind ever seen in these parts.
The ceiling and wall panels were engineered and manufactured by Nelson Industrial Inc. with attention to detail required on an ever changing surface shape and specific finishes for reflective and perforated areas.
Over 10,000 Sq.Ft. of stainless steel ceiling panels comprised of both perforated and non-perforated panels, creating a kaleidoscope effect for commuters with natural sunlight through domed sections.
690 Ceiling panels supplied, comprised of 55 different types and sizes. 39 Skylights were all unique in size, shape and colour.
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