Adding a seven-story curtainwall to three 1900s-era bank buildings in downtown Boston, local architect Arrowstreet sought a lightweight material to contrast the structures’ original granite and limestone facades.
Lisa Heschong, author and scientific researcher, took to the virtual stage during the Fenestration and Glazing Industry Alliance 2021 Virtual Summer Conference to share her findings on the benefits of daylighting and window views.
Over the last year, in particular, mental health and wellness have become a greater concern. The COVID-19 pandemic has taken its toll on workers, with studies reporting higher levels of stress, anxiety and burnout and growing demand for employers to do more to support their workforce.
The patient-centric Healing Outpatient Experience Tower at Jersey Shore University Medical Center, Neptune City, New Jersey, embraces core healing principles with daylighting and views of a living wall in a garden courtyard made possible by environmentally friendly, floor-to-ceiling windows.
Understanding the importance of energy efficiency in glass design and selection as a primary component of the glazing system recognizes that the performance values of the glass are specifically affected by the actual system it is being installed into
Inspired by the Monticello Dairy’s historically strong presence within the community, Stony Point Development Group and Cunningham | Quill Architects wanted to create a community-driven venue that would draw people back into the building
The Fenestration and Glazing Industry Alliance has released a new skylight document. AAMA SKY-3-20, Skylight Selection and Daylighting Design Guide including Unit Skylights, Tubular Daylight Devices and Sloped Glazing, was developed in 2020.
Ideally located in the heart of Dallas-Fort Worth, between DFW International Airport and Love Field, the new 13-story Westin Irving Convention Center Hotel at Las Colinas features a distinctly angled rectangular form clad in curtainwall.
Reimagining the historic Neo-Georgian structure Tammany Hall in New York City’s Union Square, a team led by BKSK Architects and facades and lighting experts at Buro Happold for the building owner, Reading International, have debuted its adaptation as signature commercial office and retail spaces with a monumental, freeform dome visible from around the city