AGNORA

AGNORA AGNORA is a CUSTOMER SERVICE COMPANY that fabricates the largest architectural glass in North America. AGNORA can fabricate, temper, laminate, insulate, digitally print and heat soak test up to 130″ X 300″. Visit our website for a tour of our world-class facility and be inspired by some of our favorite projects. WEBSITE: www.agnora.com ADDRESS:

AkzoNobel

   AkzoNobel AkzoNobel offers a complete range of products for architectural aluminum, including TRINAR liquid spray coatings and INTERPON powder coatings. Both meet AAMA 2605 standards for Superior Performance and are ideal for monumental projects as well as residential and institutional applications. Widely specified for their performance, durability and color and gloss retention, AkzoNobel coatings

Alumil

Alumil Alumil NA, is a wholly owned subsidiary of Swiss based Alumil International. Alumil’s high performing/energy efficient window and curtain wall systems are installed in notable NYC projects including GOOGLE’s headquarters, 158 Madison, 60 Water and 150 Charles. Alumil is a solutions driven manufacturer focused on collaborating with the design team. WEBSITE: www.alumil.com ADDRESS: KILKIS

Avenere Cladding LLC

Avenere Cladding LLC NeaCera® Terra-cotta Cladding Solutions is the industry leader in rainscreen solutions. With clay from the finest mines in the world, masterfully blended with high-quality, natural ingredients, fired at the highest temperatures, this innovative process results in NeaCera; unparalleled in strength at a fraction of the weight of other terra-cotta cladding products. WEBSITE:

Snøhetta’s Norwegian campus building features seawater-durable aluminum panels

Snøhetta’s design for the Faculty of Fine Art, Music and Design (KMD) consolidates six previously scattered academic buildings into one multi-use cross-disciplinary building. The cultural landmark offers new public space and symbolic connectivity between the university and its Norwegian town. The architects sought to produce a facility that offered an “ideal and malleable space for artistic expression.” They

Oyler Wu goes big in Taipei with a pixel- and line-based apartment facade

On the inside, Los Angeles–based Oyler Wu Collaborative’s 30-unit Monarch tower in Taipei, Taiwan, is pretty much a typical speculative multifamily project developed according to local building customs. Because of building codes, structural columns—typically measuring upward of three feet in thickness to account for the region’s strong seismicity—are not counted as part of floor-to-area ratio for these types of projects.

Ornamental Metal Institute of New York

The Ornamental Metal Institute of New York is a not-for-profit association created in 1972 to advance the interests of the architectural, ornamental and miscellaneous metal industries. In this regard, the Institute sponsors programs to aid developers, architects, engineers and construction managers in the design of this work. The geographical area served by the Institute encompasses

Neolith

Neolith Neolith, a Sintered Compact Surface, is a revolutionary new product category pioneered by TheSize to effectively respond to the most demanding architectural and interior design needs. Designed and produced in Spain, Neolith is a 100% natural product with extraordinary technical characteristics that make it an ideal material for exterior and interior applications. WEBSITE: www.neolith.com

ALUCOIL

Alucoil North America ALUCOIL is a multinational company with factories on 4 continents and specialized in the manufacturing of advanced materials for building, transportation and industrial applications. ALUCOIL manufactures high quality products such as larson® composite panels, larcore® honeycomb panels. WEBSITE: www.alucoil.com ADDRESS: 1976 Joe Rogers Jr. Blvd. Manning, SC 29102 T: 803.505.6543 E: info@alucoilnorthamerica.com

YKK AP America Inc

YKK AP America Inc Driven by a desire to serve our customers and communities, YKK AP offers highly engineered commercial facade systems, doors and architectural windows for the built environment. We combine vertically controlled manufacturing, thoughtful design and value-added services to provide quality building solutions that meet your performance, aesthetic and sustainability needs. WEBSITE: www.ykkap.com

Vitro Architectural Glass

Vitro Architectural Glass   Vitro Architectural Glass’s industry-leading products include a range of energy-efficient low-e, low-iron and performance-tinted glasses. As North America’s largest and most trusted glass producer, Vitro strives to realize the future of glass across the architectural, automotive and containers markets through its partnerships and commitment to innovative, sustainable products and processes. Website:

Shingled glass and twisting terra cotta accentuate new music building in Iowa City

Open last year in Iowa City, the University of Iowa Voxman Music Building is a six-story, 184,000-square-feet academic building containing performance spaces, a music library, practice rooms, classrooms, and faculty studios and offices. It establishes a connection between the community and the school though specific massing articulation and building envelope detailing. LMN Architects credited their

AEC professionals behind Cornell Tech Passive House reveal key to high energy performance

[et_pb_section bb_built=”1″][et_pb_row][et_pb_column type=”4_4″][et_pb_text _builder_version=”3.0.106″ background_layout=”light”] Today at Facades+ New York, The Architect’s Newspaper’s conference series on innovative building envelopes, AEC professionals gathered for a day of talks on the challenges and opportunities presented by the design and construction of high-performance facades. To kick off the afternoon session, Blake Middleton, partner at Handel Architects and Lois Arena, senior mechanical engineer at SWA convened

Historic Tribeca warehouse meets its match

Brought to you with support from <a href=”https://adserver.adtechus.com/adlink/3.0/5463.1/3973131/0/4/ADTECH;loc=300;key=key1+key2+key3+key4″ target=”_blank”><img src=”https://adserver.adtechus.com/adserv/3.0/5463.1/3973131/0/4/ADTECH;loc=300;key=key1+key2+key3+key4″ border=”0″ width=”234″ height=”60″></a> This new 33-unit condominium in New York’s historic Tribeca neighborhood is composed of two buildings, a restored and converted 1905 coffee and tea warehouse on Washington Street and a matching addition on Greenwich Street. The new building produces a “double negative” effect,