Reflector Panels 

University of Massachusetts
University Crossing – Campus Center Project
Lowell, MA

CW Keller Panel Installation:


The reflector panels, as they are called by the University of Massachusetts-Lowell, reside in the University Crossing Campus Center. “This student center is designed to serve as the ‘living room’ of the UMass Lowell community. As the new home to our student clubs and organizations, it will be a place designed to foster student engagement, entrepreneurship and social activism, and to encourage service to others,” said Associate Vice Chancellor of Student Affairs Larry Siegel. The reflector panels serve both as art and as a means of reflecting and disseminating natural light flowing in through the high windows in the main gathering area.

Panel in the Rigidized fabricating department:


"This project represents the culmination of many efforts here at Rigidized Metals: the fabrication and lamination of deep textured panels of a very complex geometry, and the extensive collaboration and cooperation between multiple designers and our fabrication team. The panels are stunning, and both the architect and the Rigidized fabrication team should be very pleased and proud of their efforts." Chip Skop Director of Sales & Marketing

Material: 304 #4
Gauge: 20 gauge (.036”)
Pattern: 1HM
*laminated to a .408'' thick aluminum honeycomb core
*1/2'' overall panel thickness
*returns all sides - welded and polished corners
*backer: .036 304 satin 1HM (2 pc construction)

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