Grasspave2, Gravelpave2 and Beachrings 2

Rolling Along

Grasspave2, Gravelpave2 and Beachrings 2 from Invisible Structures allow ADA-compliant access for areas typically difficult to access for wheelchair-bound or disabled individuals. Simple but highly effective components buried just below the surface, plastic cylinders allow the normally uneven surface to provide uniform resistance to walkers, bikers or wheel chairs, meeting ADA standards for public park and recreational facilities.

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New Belgium Brewery, Asheville, N.C.
New Belgium Brewery, Asheville, N.C.
New Belgium Brewery, Asheville, N.C.

Creating a Culture of Performance

The goal of creating a culture that is true to New Belgium’s mission is what made translucent sandwich panels such a prominent feature of the company’s brewery in Asheville, N.C. “Culture isn’t what you say; it’s about what you do... We believe that our dedication to high involvement culture and a loving, high performing workforce sets us apart.” This is the message the people at the New Belgium Brewing Co. want you to know about them and the way they foster a productive and engaged workforce. The goal of creating a culture that is true to New Belgium’s mission is what made Kalwall translucent sandwich panels such a prominent feature of the

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Multi-Task Panels

Universal Height Adjustable Screens allow workstation panels to suit a variety of tasks whether sitting, standing or collaborating. By adjusting the height, users can control acoustic and visual privacy of the workspace with the screen. Raise or lower the screen to the desired level of privacy with a simple pull or push. At its full height, the screen provides complete visual privacy. When fully depressed, the screen virtually disappears to create an inviting, collaborative space. The screens adjust seamlessly and quietly. 

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Suspended Animation

On the campus side, light-colored brick, along with concrete, predominates, drawing on the limestone shades of the school’s oldest structures. The town side, however, features brick in deep red tones. For this building, New York City-based Weiss/Manfredi brought those downtown hues onto campus, combining millennia-old masonry technology with cutting-edge architecture to create a high-performance structure that’s also become a teaching tool.Aiming for LEED Platinum certification, Weiss/Manfredi’s architects selected brick that was produced locally. And they got their own lessons in how brick is fired and in how its color can shift based on how it’s produced from suppli

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Taking and Ideal Line

Seventeen stations, 15 km of tunnels, and eight years of construction, the Cityringen underground line in Copenhagen, designed by Arup, is open. It connects the city center with three previously unconnected districts and a neighboring city. Taking inspiration from the surroundings, each entrance was given a unique design. Ceramic panels made by MOEDING were used in the façade of seven stations, including red glazed LONGOTON panels measuring 343 mm × 2847 mm.

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Lighting Reformation

The Cathedral of Siena is one of Italy’s most important Gothic buildings. Inside, visitors are amazed by the unique mosaic floor consisting of more than 50 ornately decorated marble surfaces. In this new century, the church wished to highlight these treasures with more modern technology, specifically discreet, but powerful lighting fixtures that could throw light from distances more than 80 ft.—and be controlled in a more user-friendly fashion. Lighting designer Marco Nereo Rotelli was awarded the task and specified high-precision ERCO lighting tools for the purpose. The latter, in turn, employed Bluetooth Casambi technology to enable the lights to be simply controlled wirelessly

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