More natural light was needed, but the project team wanted it to be diffused across large areas of the store.
Western Nassau Water Authority features unique wall, window integration.
The sterile beige façade typical to malls was replaced with vibrant-colored tiles using Nichiha's Illumination Series fiber cement panels.
Over the life of the combined systems, more than 580,000 tons of carbon dioxide will be eliminated.
For the domestic water lines, the contractor chose to install Viega ProPress systems for both copper and 316 stainless in sizes ½" to 1½".
Located in the Lower Manhattan Financial District, the Fulton Center integrates five subway stations served by nine subway lines.
The team used a Pantone color as its jumping-off point, and worked through a series of samples with the client to ensure the final color was exactly as he had in mind.
In the design team's theme to create a "village" configuration that blended architecturally with existing buildings in the neighborhood, Petersen Aluminum’s 16-inch Snap-Clad metal panels were used.
To fill the buildings with light without degrading the thermal performance of the building envelope, the architect chose Dow Corning Architectural Insulation Modules.
The state-of-the art welcome center successfully fuses the university’s time-honored brand qualities with a leading-edge technological infrastructure.