Schüco is a leading supplier of high-quality aluminum window, door and façade systems, offering products that meet the highest requirements in terms of energy efficiency, design, comfort and security. Consultation and digital solutions for all phases of a building project – from the initial idea through to design, fabrication and installation
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56 Leonard Street: The 56 Leonard Street is a 821 feet tall skyscraper in Tribeca, New York City. Designed by Herzog & de Meuron, the tower is the tallest structure in Tribeca and integrates among others Schüco window systems.
Calgary International Airport: The five-story, 2 million square feet international terminal at the Calgary Airport in Calgary, Alberta, Canada was designed by Dialog Architects and built with the Schüco unitized facade systems. The building has a wide variety of architectural touches that reflect Calgary, Alberta, wildlife and the Rocky Mountains.
Circa Central Park: Right at the northwest corner of Central Park in New York City, the building at 2040 Frederick Douglass Boulevard, designed by FX Fowle Architects, was built with the Schüco unitized facade system. Its facade bends with the circle, giving it a concave look.
Kansas University Capitol Federal Hall – School of Business: With 166,500 square feet, the Capitol Federal Hall at the Kansas University in Lawrence, Kansas, catalyzes connections and turns the typical campus model on its side. The openness, natural light and changing views were integral to the design by Gensler and are perfectly supported by Schüco facade systems.