Snapshots: Great Glazing

  • The basics: The 40-year-old, six-story office building, now called Ganot Plaza, has a modern and sleek look, showcasing 28,000 square feet of pre-glazed, unitized curtain wall system that offers tenants an efficient building with hurricane protection.This major curtain wall retrofit project was a challenge, due to the hurricane and energy requirements, as well as its design, according to the...
  • The basics: The 2015 phase one renovation of the Miami Dolphins’ Sun Life Stadium incorporates over 16,000 linear feet of ornamental aluminum and glass railing systems. The renovation reduces seating capacity from 75,000 to 65,000 and redistributes thousands of seats from the upper deck to the lower bowl. The renovations at Sun Life Stadium are designed to improve the overall experience of...
  • The basics: Built in 1952, the 35 buildings of the Pomonok complex are part of the New York City Housing Authority system and now house over 4,200 residents. A massive window replacement project involving the installation of almost 11,000 aluminum units is nearing completion in 16 buildings in the northern half of the Pomonok Houses complex in Flushing, New York.The Pomonok Houses are owned and...
  • The basics: American Airlines Arena, the home stadium of the Miami Heat basketball team, has a prime location in Downtown Miami with spectacular views of Miami Bay, and now has a state-of-the-art, new solar pavilion, featuring innovative, energy generating photovoltaic glass.The original building, designed by the architecture firms Arquitectonica and 360 Architecture, opened in 1999. It has been...
  • The basics: The Arizona Center for Law and Society at Arizona State University’s Downtown Phoenix campus is a 268,000-square-foot ground-up facility, featuring a variety of instructional spaces including lecture halls, classrooms, seminar rooms, a moot courtroom, law library and student spaces.Construction of the new facility in Phoenix presented a bevy of challenges concerning the design and...
  • The basics: The Oregon Zoo’s new Elephant Lands covers six acres, indoors and out, and includes life-size images of the zoo’s seven Asian elephants printed on glass in the interior exhibit. Double-sided panels allow a 360-degree view of the life-size images of the real elephants at the zoo in their new sanctuary. Expecting an average of 1.2 million viewers of the display in the Elephant...
  • The basics: Part of a larger 15-year, $145 million expansion project, the Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute in Williamstown, Massachusetts, features an impressive new glass, stone and concrete visitor’s center. The 42,600-square-foot visitor’s center, known as the Clark Center, was designed by Pritzker Prize-winning architect Tadao Ando.Transparency plays an integral part in Ando’s design...
  • The basics: Owned by Simon Property Group, Del Amo Fashion Center, one of the largest shopping malls in the United States at 2.3 million square feet, underwent a multi-million dollar renovation completed in October of 2015. The project consisted of an extensive remodeling of the mall’s north end, now dubbed the Fashion Wing, of high-end retail establishments. Reimagining the 52-year-old mall...
  • The basics: The University of Alaska Fairbanks completed a 34,000-square-foot addition to and renovation of the Wood Center to expand the dining facility and create a campus destination. During the design process, Perkins+Will Architects focused on light: daylighting as well as the amazing northern lights show, the aurora borealis. The players: Architect, Perkins+Will; general contractor,...
  • The basics: A renewed focus on innovation led to the development of the Jefferson Accelerator Zone at Thomas Jefferson University, a space to foster collaboration and the exchange of ideas among faculty and students from different departments on campus. Completed in January 2015 and designed by Cecil Baker + Partners, the new facility provides users with a unique gathering space and enlivens the...
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