German Concert Venue Plays With Light and Sound Specifying GKD

October 18, 2016 | Projects

In a magnificent transformation of the public arts center in Aachen, Germany, the architects Bert Haller Innerenarchitekten, specified three woven metal fabrics. An elegant backdrop for the facilities largest stage is cloaked in Baltic and Lamelle and a theatrical facade of Escale is specified at the entrance. Eurogress is a modern meeting and conference center where all kinds of concerts and cultural events are held in the evening, and corporate business meetings and trade fairs during the day. Aachen is a western city in Germany, bordering Belgium and the Netherlands, and is one of the top ranking cities in Germany for innovation.

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Coated Metal Mesh Panels Provide Design And Safety On Swiss Furniture Store

October 11, 2016 | Projects

In beautiful Contone, Switzerland, the Pfister Furniture Store boasts a bright red metal façade that is in line with the companies branding. Pfister Furniture Company started as a small furniture workshop in 1882 that grew into 20 branches all over Switzerland. It’s one of the largest specialty retailers of its type in the country.

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GKD Offers Safety On LEED Platinum Certified Building At Bakery Square

October 04, 2016 | Projects

Downtown Pittsburgh boasts some of the hottest shopping and office tenants on the corner of Pennsylvania Avenue and Larimer in Bakery Square. The former Nabisco factory was completely refurbished and rebuilt in 2007 when Walnut Capital took over ownership. The owners partnered with Astorino, now Cannon Design, for planning, architecture, engineering, and landscape services, PJ Dick Construction Management to implement the design and GQ Contracting LLC for project management.

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Dominique Perrault Designs Tennis Court Worthy Of Olympics With GKD Mesh Exterior

August 23, 2016 | Case Histories

In just four years, from 2004 to 2007, the city ring road was relocated to an underground tunnel system, the Madrid Calle 30. As a result, the city center and the suburbs are no longer separated from each other and Madrid has been given room for a new "green lung.” The distinctive landmark of the Parque del Manzanares is Dominique Perrault's Centro Deportivo Multifunctional del Manzanares, built to bolster Spain's application to host the 2016 Summer Olympics.

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