Nashville building highlights environmental design

Approximately 4320 m2 (46,500 sf) of high-performance proprietary curtainwall was used in the design of Gulch Crossing, in Nashville, Tenn. Photos © Attic Fire. Photos courtesy Esa, Nashville and Wausau

Gulch Crossing is the gateway to an emerging, vibrant, urban neighborhood in Nashville, Tennessee. Opened in July, the eight-story Class A office building is situated in The Gulch—the first neighborhood in the south to be certified Silver under the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC) rating program, Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) for Neighborhood Development.

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Lockers for Little Company of Mary Hospital

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Since entering the United States from Rome in 1893, the Sisters of the Little Company of Mary have upheld an extremely endearing tradition of tending to the sick throughout the entire Chicagoland area. This dedication has extended well beyond the building of the original Little Company of Mary Hospital in 1930 and into a $180 million Campus Transformation Project which culminated in late summer 2014.

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Glass central feature of British Airways lounge at Dulles

Customized architectural glass is featured throughout the British Airways lounge at Dulles International Airport in Washington, D.C. Photos courtesy Bendheim

British Airways passengers flying through Dulles International Airport in Washington, D.C. can relax in a new lounge surrounded by customized architectural glass. The project’s architect—TPG Architecture—incorporated a variety of customized glazed pieces, combining hardworking architectural surfaces with a luxurious aesthetic.

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