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  • In February 2006, Heifer International opened its glass-clad headquarters building in Little Rock, Ark. The five-story, 94,000-square-foot building was named one of the top 10 green projects by the American Institute of Architects in Washington, D.C., in large part because of its passive energy savings.The building’s orientation, on an east-west axis, and high-performing transparent facades...
  • “We wanted to enliven the east façade with the interlayer. The [design] symbolizes the genetic barcode that’s generated with testing on DNA. ... And the colors provide a play of reds, greens, blues and yellows on the white floors through the building.”— Walter Bettio, architect, architectsAlliance The basics: The $100 million, 12-story Centre for Cellular and...
  • In 2002, the government of Santa Monica, Calif., released its Sustainable City Plan that outlined several green goals for the city. The Civic Center Parking Structure that opened in April helps the city reach those goals, says project architect James Mary O’Connor, principal for Moore Ruble Yudell Architects and Planners in Santa Monica.“It’s a great thing for a city to take...
  • Vivek Shetty and Christina Floegel wanted unobstructed views overlooking the adjacent canyon at their Benedict Canyon, Calif., home. Architects at Kappe Studio in Topanga, Calif., delivered those views with a large south-facing glass façade on the 5,500-square-foot home. “The home opens up with the glass, giving wonderful long views of the canyon,” says Finn Kappe,...
  • The University of Oregon’s Lillis Business Complex in Eugene took green to new levels with its building envelope, using low-emissivity glass in addition to building integrated photovoltaics. The 145,000-square-foot building received Silver certification from the U.S. Green Building Council’s Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design program. The university uses the BIPV...
  • Builders of the Biomedical Sciences Tower III at the University of Pittsburgh were faced with a difficult challenge: building a 344,000-square-foot structure in a cramped urban footprint with a tight construction deadline.To avoid on-site congestion issues during glass installation, glaziers from D-M Products Inc. of Bethel Park, Pa., used a pre-assembled and pre-glazed unitized curtain wall...
  • The basics: The Ghost Bar, on the 32nd story of the W Dallas Victory Hotel and Residences, opened in June 2006 and features a 100-square-foot, all glass dance floor, part of which extends onto a balcony 350 feet from the ground.  The players:Architect, HKS Inc., Dallas; developer, Hillwood Capital, Dallas; general contractor, McCarthy Building Cos., Dallas; glass fabricator, Texas Tempered...
  • Floor-to-ceiling glass at the $79.5 million Museum Park, Tower IV in Chicago offers residents of the luxury condominium tower unobstructed views of Lake Michigan, nearby Grant Park and the adjacent Museum Campus, home to the city's planetarium, aquarium and natural history museum.The 608,000-square-foot, 37-story building is part of the 30-acre Museum Park development in Chicago's South Loop, a...
  • “The project is truly cutting edge in that glass flooring is being utilized in pools. All the edges of the glass had to be polished after tempering and laminating, and all the panels had to match up around the perimeter of each pool.”—Tim Czechowski, president, Artwork in Architectural Glass The basics:Several pools of a private residence on the coast in Fort Lauderdale,...
  • Historic renovation projects often come with countless challenges. The recent makeover of the Tivoli Student Union at the University of Colorado’s Auraria campus proved no different.Warped and rotting windows, leaking roofs and crumbling masonry greeted the project team tasked to transform the former brewery and shopping mall into a student union in 2005. The $20 million, 324,000-square-...
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