Brasserie Bernard, Outremont, Montreal

Panels In Harmony

Brasserie Bernard is a classic French brasserie in the heart of Outremont, a high-end neighborhood in Montreal, Canada. Owners of several popular restaurants, brothers Maurice, Paul and Richard Holder knew from experience that acoustics are an important part of developing an ideal atmosphere. To create a space that allows for comfortable communication, the brothers selected lightweight, WILLTEC direct-apply panels. In addition to providing acoustic benefits, the custom golden-yellow panels harmonize with the multidimensional painted ceiling and walls, and contrast with the black wood and leather banquettes. The WILLTEC custom panels are finished with a specially formulated water-based, golde

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Perfect Match

Non-Profit Facility Designs to Durability and Style

Westminster Neighborhood Services is a non-profit organization on the east side of Indianapolis that works with community partners to provide food and clothing to neighborhood families as well as children’s programs that meet nurturing, safety, educational and developmental needs. The 16,620-sq.-ft. facility, which also serves as a neighborhood adult soup kitchen, contains a computer lab, adult classroom, learning center, a store for basic needs and a dining hall.During the design phase of the facility, one of the main goals was to construct a building that would hold up over time and serve the community far into the future. Envelope 2000 metal composite material (MCM) from Citadel Arc

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Ornate Bifold

Two ornately clad Schweiss Doors bifold designer doors blend in with the historic 1926 look of a new apartment complex at Seattle’s historic auto row. The custom-made liftstrap doors measure 11 ft., 10 in. × 11 ft., 11 in. and 11 ft., 1 in. × 10 ft., 1 in.. Each door is equipped with photo eye sensors.

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Iowa School of Music - Voxman Building, Iowa City, Iowa
Iowa School of Music - Voxman Building, Iowa City, Iowa
Iowa School of Music - Voxman Building, Iowa City, Iowa

University of Iowa's Music Renaissance

The disastrous 2008 flood in Iowa led to the necessary closing of the long-standing Voxman Music Building at University of Iowa. As a result of Hurricane Michael, school leadership knew that they had to completely relocate, as well as redo the entire building to better fit student needs.With $743 million in FEMA aid, the University of Iowa embarked on a mission to rebuild. As part of this reconstruction effort, the university hired Seattle-based LMN Architects and local firm Neumann Monson Architects to relocate and rebuild a new $189 million, state-of-the-art, Voxman Music Building in downtown Iowa City. Lighting design firm HLB Los Angeles was brought in to create a well-orchestrated, yet

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Walking a Thin Line

The linear EyeLine luminaire offers glare-free, wide-throw upper and lower light distributions in a package that can be suspended or mounted close to either ceilings or walls. Offering efficacy of up to 133 lm/W, the fixtures can be specified in 4-ft. modules and continuous rows.

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Living Wall Graces Atrium at University Science and Tech Center

The Jack and Mary De Witt Center for Science and Technology, Cornerstone University puts creation and science on display. The $15.5 million Center for Science and Technology is a three-story, 29,500-sq.-ft. academic building that provides a new home for the university’s science, technology, engineering and math (stem) programs. The center features a 374-sq.-ft. green wall. LiveWall indoor living wall system is one of the industry’s most sustainable, durable and low-maintenance living wall system. The center’s living wall was installed with two separate LiveWall structures (each 14 ft. 6-in. × 4 ft. × 10-ft.) with shared infrastructure.“The wall was also wr

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