AGS Stainless Inc

AGS Stainless AGS Stainless build custom rails 100% off-site. Whether you chose glass, cable or bar rails – off-site fabrication reduces product costs, improves product quality and dramatically shortens installation times. We have been in business for almost 3-decades and we build rails to the highest standard of quality in the industry. WEBSITE: www.AGSstainless.com ADDRESS:

A. Zahner Company

A. Zahner Company For over 120 years, A. Zahner Company has remained a leader in the development and delivery of technically challenging metal systems for artists, architects, and designers. Coupling the latest advanced technology with unsurpassed craftsmanship, our team of expert artists, engineers, architects, and metal fabricators aim to surpass client expectations – each and

C.R. Laurence – US Aluminum

C.R. Laurence – US Aluminum CRL – U.S. Aluminum is the leading single source manufacturer and supplier of architectural glazing systems. Our robust manufacturing capabilities, coupled with an expansive distribution network, yields a high quality product with short lead time that translates into absolute peace of mind for those who specify, install operate or occupy.

Parking garage receives razzle-dazzle camouflage-inspired cladding

Inspired by a military camouflage technique dating back nearly 100 years, DAZZLE is a permanent public artwork commissioned by San Diego County Regional Airport Authority for San Diego International Airport’s Rental Car Center. The project, delivered by art team Ueberall International (Nikolaus Hafermaas, David Delgado, Dan Goods, and Jeano Erforth), was made possible through a

Facades+AM in Washington, D.C. to spotlight the District’s particular building culture and challenges

[et_pb_section admin_label=”section”] [et_pb_row admin_label=”row”] [et_pb_column type=”4_4″] [et_pb_text admin_label=”Text”] Washington, D.C. has a vibrant architectural culture, not limited to the neoclassical masonry of government buildings and major museums. The upcoming Facades+AM conference gives the District design community a chance to share ideas on building envelopes’ contributions to sustainability and occupants’ quality of life. Compressed into the morning

Insulated metal panels offer chic industrial warehouse aesthetic for high-end retailer

High-end stroller retailer UPPAbaby, based in Rockland, Mass., turned to a modern glass and Metl-Span–insulated metal panel façade for its new 45,000-square-foot headquarters. The mixed-use project accommodates a 15,000-square-foot warehouse and maintenance workshop, as well as a retail front to conduct direct-to-consumer business, while the majority of the facility will be dedicated to an open

Terra-cotta sun shading offers transparency and dynamism for Australian business school

Nestled into a small inner-city suburb of Sydney sits a new business school facility for the University of Sydney. The building, designed by Woods Bagot across three of their fifteen global offices, consolidates facilities that were once scattered across nine buildings on campus while supporting a student body of over 6,000 students. The massing of the building weaves into

Marlon Blackwell’s copper-clad “barn” blends tradition with innovation

Part of a larger master plan funded by the North Dallas Lamplighter School’s “Igniting Young Minds for a Lifetime of Learning” campaign, a new Innovation Lab and Lamplighter Barn are aimed at marrying technology and the school’s storied cooperative learning curriculum. Both buildings were designed by Arkansas-based architect Marlon Blackwell and represent his first built works in North Texas. The Innovation

Irish retrofit rediscovers golden rectangle proportioning systems

Located in Dublin’s historic D4 district, Eaton House serves as Eaton Corporation’s new global headquarters. It is located in an early 19th-century Georgian neighborhood containing a mix of residences, small businesses, parks, and embassies. The project occupies the site of five original terrace houses dating to 1830. A new building replaced these houses in 1970 following their demolition. This

Printed metal panels clad new healthcare facility in Minneapolis

Reorganizing nearly two million square feet to offer centralized and accessible care for people who need convenient access to a doctor, same-day surgery, or cancer treatment, Hennepin County Medical Center’s latest project is a new six-story building that consolidates over 40 primary and specialty clinics currently spread across nine buildings. The healthcare project, led by local architect BWBR,

Rehabilitating Lookout Mountain’s historic “Castle in the Clouds”

Originally built as a resort hotel, Carter Hall is a Tudor style concrete-framed stucco structure on the Covenant College campus outside of Chattanooga, Tennessee. Following a late-1970s recladding project, the landmark building was covered up in an effort to address ongoing moisture and thermal concerns. This rehabilitation project, led by Atlanta-based Lord Aeck Sargent (LAS),

University of Washington’s molecular engineering complex is now complete

Six years after the University of Washington opened its 90,000-square-foot Molecular Engineering and Sciences Building (MolES), a new addition, the Nano Engineering and Sciences Building (NanoES), has nearly doubled the size of the complex located at the center of the University of Washington (UW) Seattle-based campus. The Seattle offices of Zimmer Gunsul Frasca Architects LLP (ZGF) programmed and designed the two-phased

Mecanoo interprets Moorish vernacular architecture for Spain’s Palace of Justice

Constructed adjacent to a UNESCO World Heritage site, the new Palace of Justice in Córdoba, Spain delivers a contemporary take on the traditional courtyard typology and Moorish screening techniques found throughout the city. Led by Dutch firm Mecanoo and Spain’s AYESA, the 51,000-square-foot super dense project was initially awarded after a competition in 2006, and after a long

Through its midtown hub, Georgia Tech is priming Atlanta for an influx of technology jobs

Since the earliest days of the technology industry, home has been Silicon Valley. However, there are some signs the tide is turning and heading towards the east. Attempting to capitalize on an impending Atlanta tech boom is The Georgia Institute of Technology, which is due to move into Coda, a mixed-use development in Midtown Atlanta’s Tech Square, in

Ultrathin concrete roof to cap a net-positive energy rooftop apartment

A full-scale prototype of the design was the culmination of a four-year research project by ETH Zürich, and now the thin-shell integrated system’s concrete roof is under construction. The razor-thin assembly, built over the course of six months, tapers to an impressive one-inch thickness at the perimeter, averaging two inches thick across its more than 1,700 square feet

Axalta Coating Systems

Axalta Coating Systems Axalta’s architectural powder coatings are available in a wide array of colors and finishes that meet or exceed AAMA 2603, 2604 and 2605. Alestra® AR powder coatings keep you at the forefront of architectural color trends by providing a high level of design freedom and making it easy to match glass, plastic