Salt Lake City’s Fire Station No. 14, Utah, earned the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Gold certification for its energy-efficient, environmentally responsible design and construction. When it opened in 2018, it was one of the first net-zero-energy (NZE) fire stations in the country, meaning it generates more energy than it consumes. Helping achieve the building’s performance goals was triple-glazed thermal block curtain wall, multi-pane storefront, and interior framing systems.
MAD Architects unveil its design for the 2024 Paris Olympics’ Aquatic Center. The firm has teamed up with three French studios, Jacques Rougerie Architecture, Atelier Phileas Architecture, and Apma Architecture on this project.
Kohn Pederson Fox Associates designed the 55 Hudson Yards skyscraper in New York to incorporate both smooth and textured coatings on its metal curtain wall and window frames. The firm selected a customized black color for the powder coatings to reflect the industrial heritage of the building.
Top mathematicians from around the globe gather daily to create innovative products at the MathWorks headquarters in Natick, Massachusetts. To accommodate their growing workforce, MathWorks decided to expand their square-footage with a new campus located just a few miles from their main corporate office. The designers used a monolithic curtain wall system to create daylighting and increase occupant productivity.
Southern Methodist University’s (SMU’s) Robson & Lindley Aquatics Center and Barr-McMillion Natatorium, Dallas, Texas, has earned the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Gold certification from the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC). To realize the project’s aesthetic, performance, and sustainability goals, high-performance curtain wall, storefront, and wide stile entrance systems was used.