This unusual, interesting, highly engineered museum roof in Cairo, Egypt, made from 4 and 6mm Marlon FSX, our UV resistant flat sheet polycarbonate and 10mm Marlon ST multiwall polycarbonate won 2nd prize in the Architecture and Construction (rooflights and facades) category of Brett Martin’s iAwards, November 2020.
The Revolution Command Museum in Cairo displays artefacts associated with the July 1952 revolution and is located where the leadership of the revolution met.
- Easy to cold bend
- Scratch resistant
- UV resistant
The bold design, which allows light to flood into the building, would have been difficult to achieve in glass. Marlon FSX, being light weight and easy to cold bend, allowed the impressive design to be realised. Additionally, in the external location, in a country with a high level of sunlight, it was important to use a UV resistant product to prevent yellowing, protect the product's strength and ensure a good service life.