Project of the Month

View Smart Windows Elevate Lake Nona Community

View’s smart windows will be among the smart design features incorporated into multiple buildings across Lake Nona, the 17-square-mile visionary community in Orlando, Fla., developed by Tavistock Development Company. Lake Nona, a 5G-powered Living Lab and one of the country’s … Continue reading

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First Museum Devoted to the Entire History of the U.S. Army Includes Stainless Steel Façade

On Veterans Day, SOM and the Army Historical Foundation celebrated the completion and opening of the National Museum of the United States Army (NMUSA), a cultural institution of national significance that is the first to tell the story of the … Continue reading

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Glas Trösch Develops Flowing Solution for Vocational School Renovation

Ecole Professionnelle Commerciale de Lausanne, a vocational school in Lausanne, Switzerland, exemplifies how the renovation of a building can turn it into a work of art. The educational complex, consisting of the school building and a sports hall, dates back … Continue reading

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Glasshape Creates Printed, Bent Glass Staircase for SW Adventist University

The main lobby of the Southwestern Adventist University’s Larry R. Moore Nursing and Administration building, features a circular staircase that hugs the room’s circumference, adding visual impact to an impressive stone-clad and fully glazed entrance. Located southwest of the Dallas-Fort … Continue reading

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Retaining Fallingwater’s Iconic Connection Between Indoors and Outdoors

In 2019, the Western Pennsylvania Conservancy, owners of Frank Lloyd Wright’s Fallingwater, sought to complete restoration work on the windows and doors of the architect’s celebrated masterpiece. The organization turned to Vitro Architectural Glass (formerly PPG Glass) and Starphire Ultra-Clear glass. … Continue reading

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