Kingspan Light + Air announced the addition of the Architectural Solutions Team, a new group of full-service project consultants dedicated to helping architects and specifiers find the right daylighting technology and integrated design solutions for their next project.
663 S. Cooper Street, located in Memphis, Tenn., can be found at the intersection of progressive and environmentally responsive. These forward-thinking approaches were top of mind for local owner/architect, Archimania, when the firm was planning to move its main office.
Choosedaylight.com, a new, free online tool developed by Kingspan Light + Air, a leading provider of daylighting products, to help architects and designers find the right custom daylighting system for their next project.
Kingspan Light + Air North America will exhibit June 22 - 25, at McCormick Place in Chicago, at the 2022 AIA Expo. KLA has made several high-profile acquisitions in recent years, including Solatube International, Major Industries, Bristolite and CPI Daylighting, all of whose products will be represented at the AIA Expo.
The upshot has been a new focus on hybrid work, as well as renewed interest in workplace design. “Resmercial” settings that are homelike and comfortable help to maximize the social benefits of in-person work while easing the adjustment back to the office.
EIA’s most recent data reports that energy-efficient, multi-paned windows are featured in 60 percent of U.S. buildings, which account for 75 percent of commercial floorspace. This presents a significant opportunity to improve existing buildings and to construct new buildings with energy-efficient daylight openings, including polycarbonate glazing and wall systems.
The new Veterans Affairs (VA) Community Based Outpatient Clinic in San Antonio, Texas, offers patients, medical professionals, staff and visitors an environment promoting health, life-safety and well-being. Representing these principles, Hoefer Wysocki Architecture designed the building's main entry with sweeping curved exterior as a "healing embrace."
The University of California, Irvine’s new Interdisciplinary Science and Engineering Building was designed with three major performance and aesthetic goals in mind: natural lighting, energy efficiency and sustainable design.