A Wise Sage
In a recent luncheon held at the Kimmel Center for the Performing Arts in Philadelphia, co-located with the Greenbuild show, Sage Electrochromics invited architects to personally view its electrochromic skylight featured in the building’s rooftop garden. The company says the skylight served as a solution to the building’s heating and glare problems, which prevented the […][continue reading...]
By Ellen RogersSold!
Depending upon to whom you speak, you may just get a mixed response to the question, “How was the show?” I’m speaking of the industry trade show that ended yesterday in Atlanta. Some exhibitors told me the show was incredibly slow for them, while others reported exceptional traffic and interest. Wherever you fall in your […]
By Tom MinnonA New Venture
This month, I am proud to add Certified FenestrationMaster (CFM) to the list of certifications, accreditations and accomplishments I’ve gained during my 38 years of experience in this ever-changing industry. I am one of the first people to earn this certification through AAMA’s FenestrationMasters™ program. FenestrationAssociate is offered for entry-level certification and is available to […]
By Chris WardCathedrals of Glass
The Crystal Cathedral in Garden Grove, Calif., designed by Phillip Johnson in 1980, remains one of the most iconic buildings in the world. Vertical and horizontal glass attached to space frames creates a dynamic experience both interior and exterior. I can easily believe the story of Johnson taking Dr. Robert Schuller’s experience in starting the […]