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  • Making A Film Set At Home - Our Experiences And Lessons

    Making A Film Set At Home - Our Experiences And Lessons

    Making a film set at home is a difficult task. Finding a spot with enough room to build it is the challenging part. But in this article, we'll go into great detail on how to create a fantastic home movie set with our own experiences at a team building one.

  • Architecture And Jewelry - How Diamonds Inspired Great Constructions

    Architecture And Jewelry - How Diamonds Inspired Great Constructions

    We were enthralled by the beauty of architecture and jewelry at a young age. We learned that a building's characteristics extend beyond the components it is made of. They are long-lasting constructions that deal with both the past and the future.

  • Celebrities Houses - The Best Celebrities Houses In The World

    Celebrities Houses - The Best Celebrities Houses In The World

    Celebrities houses are luxuries, opulent and incredibles all around the world. You can learn about the most magnificent mansions and their well-known owners in this post.

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  • Dynamic Glass Transforms Dining Experience - Partaking Made Comfy

    Dynamic Glass Transforms Dining Experience - Partaking Made Comfy

    A window glass that’s a sure-fire hit and a restaurant that became a sure-fire winner for installing it. When a dynamic glass transforms dining experience, people enjoy eating more. They become unmindful of the sunlight entering the restaurant’s premises. They see it but they don’t feel it.

  • Building-Management Lessons From Data Centers - Never Miss Even One

    Building-Management Lessons From Data Centers - Never Miss Even One

    If there will be things that should come to the attention of the powers-that-be behind tech companies, that would be building-management lessons from data centers. These lessons will help deal with various key issues involving the operation of data centers. The lessons should be discussed, especially when energy conservation remains a hot issue nowadays.

  • Mixed Use Comes Of Age As Choices Change And Demands Differ

    Mixed Use Comes Of Age As Choices Change And Demands Differ

    Architects share their views on the changes happening in cities and in the suburbs – even when it comes to parking and the much-dreaded availability of parking spaces. As mixed use comes of age, architects express their views on how the demands of modern living affect building designs. With that considered, what changes could be expected from mixed-use developments?

  • Missoula Aquifer Cools Cancer Center

    Missoula Aquifer Cools Cancer Center

    Patient comfort assured by groundwater cooling system. The new Community Cancer Care facility at the Community Medical Center in Missoula, MT, benefits from a system that gives new meaning to comfortable, convenient healthcare. “From the outset, the main design criterion of this project was patient comfort,” said Dennis Greeno, partner at OZ Architects, Boulder, CO, the firm that designed the facility.

  • Floorspiration - Flooring As The Primary Feature In A Room

    Floorspiration - Flooring As The Primary Feature In A Room

    When creative design is implemented by skilled installers, flooring can become the primary design feature in a room. Here’s some inspiration for your next project. While carpet tiles or some form of resilient flooring in a complementary pattern/color is usually the best solution in a commercial installation, occasionally an opportunity presents itself for an architect or designer to make the floor play a dominant role in the space. On this and the following page are two such projects.

  • Preserving The Window On History - 120-Year-Old McDonald-Smith Building's  Arched-top Historical Windows

    Preserving The Window On History - 120-Year-Old McDonald-Smith Building's Arched-top Historical Windows

    A university building is renovated with special attention paid to its arched-top historical windows. The 120-year-old McDonald-Smith building, located in the Union Station Historic District on the campus of the Univ. of Washington-Tacoma (UW Tacoma), underwent reconstruction and renovation and opened for the 2015-16 academic year. The renovation included Mission Glass, Tumwater, WA, installing more than 116 of Wausau Window and Wall Systems’ (Wausau, WI) 4250i-XLT INvent Retro series simulated double-hung, arched top, fixed windows.

  • Exterior Provides Complete System

    Exterior Provides Complete System

    With air-barrier certification, IWR Building Systems encloses the exterior of a children’s hospital. IWR Building Systems, St. Louis, a specialty contractor focusing on building enclosure systems, served as the exclusive contractor for the entire exterior of the city’s new Shriners Hospitals for Children at 4400 Clayton Ave. The company is certified by the Air Barrier Association of America (ABAA), Walpole, MA.

  • Lighting Takes Center Stage

    Lighting Takes Center Stage

    Sustainability goals integrate with sophisticated lighting systems. Any development or construction endeavor within the Marion School District in Marion, AR, begins with a rigorous sustainability investigation to ensure the project will adhere to its strict 30-yr.-outlook strategy, a benchmark to ensure that any commissioned project sustain itself for at least 30 yr. They live by the motto “do it right the first time, make it last, and leave a sustainable legacy.”

  • Sensors Make Decisions At Fixtures

    Sensors Make Decisions At Fixtures

    A lighting retrofit project uses student research to aid university energy savings. As a major consumer of energy and natural resources, California State Univ., Dominguez Hills (CSUDH), a public university in Los Angeles, has made it their responsibility to be a wise steward of scarce resources by reducing the use of non-renewable resources and increasing energy efficiency. In keeping with that philosophy, central plant and energy manager Kenny Seeton led a cost and energy-saving lighting retrofit project for CSUDH.

  • ACM Panels, Prismatic Finish Focus Community’s Attention

    ACM Panels, Prismatic Finish Focus Community’s Attention

    Alpolic materials clad a library exterior in dramatic form. The Wolf Creek neighborhood in a southwest suburb of Atlanta needed a central place for hanging out, enjoying the company and creative efforts of one’s neighbors, engaging in civic dialog, and accessing resources for people of all ages, backgrounds, and interests. The Wolf Creek Library, part of a voter-approved $275-million program to enhance existing libraries and build eight new branches in Fulton County, GA, has become just that.

  • Lighting Meets The Internet Of Things - Most Effective In Large, Single-tenant Facilities

    Lighting Meets The Internet Of Things - Most Effective In Large, Single-tenant Facilities

    LEDs have opened the door to a new world of control in lighting and building automation. Not so long ago LED lighting was big news in commercial-lighting applications. LEDs are still a big thing, but more importantly they’ve ushered in a whole new array of control options along with the Internet of Things (IoT).

  • Aerospace Distribution Center Opts For Intelligent LEDs

    Aerospace Distribution Center Opts For Intelligent LEDs

    Digital Lumens’ system reduces lighting-related energy by 90% annually. Beyond fixture operation, variety, and light output, Mosca was impressed by the control capabilities and easy access to energy use and operational data through Digital Lumens’ LightRules, lighting and energy-management software. “When we presented the system, the controls and ability to program lights was more of a driver than anything else,” said Jim LaCanna. “After seeing the reporting and control capabilities, the team did not want to look anywhere else. Simple fixtures were not comparable.”

  • Healthcare Puts Demands On Fixtures - Placing Premium On Plumbing

    Healthcare Puts Demands On Fixtures - Placing Premium On Plumbing

    When healthcare puts demands on fixtures, it’s a sign that hospitals are serious with its fundamental mission of providing a healthy environment for both their personnel and patients. The plumbing needs of a hospital is big. For one, it installed a lot of faucets as it needs water for its daily operations. It’s a must to go for first-rate plumbing.

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