Selection of fenestration assemblies (utilizing both window and storefront systems) can be challenging due to the number of ancillary components/accessories available—materials with different performance characteristics compared to the main fenestration element.
Motorized window treatments (MWTs) can be configured to regulate the amount of light coming into a workspace. This ensures adequate sunlight for illumination, while minimizing glare in a workspace, as well as helps save heating/cooling costs.
Noise exposure can negatively affect a person’s physical and mental health. While sound-absorbing surfaces and interior partitions can make an environment comfortable, it is also important to consider the type of glass and fenestration used on a building.
Mira, a twisting multifamily high-rise in San Francisco, California, designed by architecture firm Studio Gang has topped off. The 122-m (400-ft) tower will offer a range of luxury condominium residences, and amenity and retail spaces with occupancy slated for later this year.
New Jersey’s 3 Journal Square, a mixed-use, 240-unit apartment building, hopes to attract young professionals with a high-style aesthetic, modern performance, and Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Silver certification.