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  • Photo by Anice HoachlanderThe basics: The designers of National Public Radio’s headquarters building in Washington, D.C., transformed a 1927 warehouse building into a new state-of-the-art, LEED Gold home for the broadcasting organization. Glass proved a critical design element for the 330,000-square-foot project that is part renovation of the four-story warehouse, and part new construction...
  • The basics: The glass-enclosed outdoor patio at the Boathouse restaurant at Hendry’s Beach in Santa Barbara, Calif., provides diners with beautiful views of the ocean and beach. However, keeping the glass clean presented a constant challenge because of the restaurant's proximity to the surf. The stainless steel posts were also chronically tea stained, a condition similar to rust that is unique...
  • The basics: Two channel glass elevators greet patrons of Lincoln Center’s new Claire Tow Theater, transporting them from the Vivian Beaumont Theater lobby onto the roof, where the LCT3 theater is located.H3 Hardy Collaboration Architects wanted to enhance the play of light when designing the elevator, according to a Bendheim Wall Systems release. The structural properties of channel glass allowed...
  • The basics: Bridgestone Americas' new 265,000-square-foot technology center in Akron, Ohio, features a 50,000-square-foot energy-efficient curtain wall that exceeds design performance requirements, according to a United Architectural Metals release. For the $100 million, four-story Western Hemisphere Advanced Technology Center, architects chose a high-performance façade system with triple-glazed...
  • The basics: As part of East Orange, N.J.’s energy efficiency and conservation program, the historic East Orange City Hall underwent an extensive façade renovation that included installation of more than 500 new energy-efficient windows. Crystal Window and Door Systems worked with local architects and installers to meet the building’s challenging historic and operational requirements related to...
  • The basics: Buying local and staying local is how Gordon Food Service built its new 386,000-square-foot corporate headquarters in Wyoming, Mich. The modern steel, concrete and glass structure reflects the latest in sustainable design, complete with oversized windows that provide every workspace a view.The use of glass on the interior and exterior of the building enables daylight to stream through...
  • The basics: The Capital City Public Charter School in Washington, D.C., recently underwent a renovation and window replacement that helped the project receive a Gold rating from the U.S. Green Building Council’s Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design program. Architects for the project opted for super energy-efficient triple-glazed windows that improve air and comfort quality, while...
  • The basics: Fire-rated glass and glazing was critical to achieving the daylighting design goals for the renovation of Manhattan's 170 East 80th St. Kate Shin, president of WEmi:t LLC, and a group of investors discovered the townhome and decided to transform the space into a luxury lifestyle property. Integral to this process was rethinking the townhouse layout to improve light and ventilation....
  • The basics: The Committee on the Environment of the American Institute of Architects named the $65 million Federal Center South Building 1202 in Seattle one of its 2013 Top Ten Green Projects. The program celebrates structures that use a thoroughly integrated approach to architecture, natural systems and technology to provide architectural solutions that protect and enhance the...
  • The basics: Hospitals spend more than $6 billion a year on energy, and their reliance on energy-intensive equipment and high demand for air recovery and circulation consume about twice as much energy per-square-foot as a typical office building, according to a PPG press release. Selecting the right glazing was critical, not just for energy performance, but to achieve the clear glass aesthetic the...
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