Monday, April 27, 2015
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U.S. Aluminum’s big unveil is finally here. After years of R + D and testing, our engineers are proud to debut the Entice™ Series, an innovative new entrance system with features and components that have classified it as the first premium storefront of its kind.
If you’re designing a premium exterior retail space, the Entice™ Series Entrance System is the only solution that retains the elegant appearance of a monolithic frameless glass entrance with minimal vertical lines and the unique ability to support door handle hardware on 1” insulating glass panels. This system is designed for use with all high solar and thermal efficient glass options including low-E coatings and tints.
Entice™ delivers contemporary heavy glass storefront aesthetics while satisfying new energy code requirements and ASHRAE 90.1 air infiltration criteria. For added performance, patent pending vertical stiles with ultra narrow sightlines and door rails feature heavy-duty thermally broken cladding that provides U-Factors as low as 0.33. Patent pending SEAL-LOC Mechanically Clamping Seals also provide easy fabrication and glass replacement.
This innovative system has an impressive pedigree, endowed with trusted CRL-U.S. Aluminum technologies, an AAMA 101 Performance Class LC-PG25-SHD, and a design that protects buildings from air/water infiltration, extreme temperatures, and mediocrity. The Entice™ Series will debut at AIA Expo 2015 in Atlanta, booth #1959.
On September 11th, the Architects Forum Glass+Performance in Atlanta, Georgia presents some of the biggest names in architecture for a symposium of diverse programs, esteemed speakers, and informative dialogues, all in the name of glass. As part of GlassBuild America: The Glass, Window & Door Exposition, The Architect’s Newspaper and Glass Magazine have teamed up to develop a spectacular lineup addressing the multiplicity of uses of architectural and decorative glass. Registration allows attendees access to the exciting events of the day, including a keynote address by architect Neil M. Denari, as well as entrance to the three day GlassBuild America Trade Show Floor and five Continuing Education Units from the American Institute of Architects.
Glass-clad, cable-net structures are one of today’s leading forms of high-transparency facade technology. Since 2009, Enclos has been an authority in the design, engineering, fabrication, and assembly of custom curtain wall systems and structural glass facades. The company has published a number of reports about building skin systems. Volume 1: Skylights of the Facade TecNotes Series focuses on glass in overhead applications and the unique opportunities it brings. On September 11th, Enclos’ Mic Patterson will join AN to discuss glass facades at GlassBuild America: The Architects Forum in Atlanta. Mr. Patterson will share several examples that show how optimal transparency and aesthetic elegance can work together. He will discuss projects such as 51 Louisiana in Washington, D.C., two existing buildings that have been joined by a glass-clad atrium, and Station Place: Security & Exchange Commission Headquarters, also in Washington, D.C., which consists of a 55-foot-long and 60-foot-wide skylight. Mr. Patterson has lectured internationally on various aspects of advanced facade technology and is the author of Structural Glass Facades and Enclosures.
Join AN, in collaboration with Glass Magazine, at the Georgia World Congress Center in Atlanta on September 11 for The Architect’s Forum Glass+Performance, an exciting symposium featuring keynote speaker Neil M. Denari. In addition to lunch and three-day access to the GlassBuild America trade show floor, the gathering place for North American glass, window, and door industries, attendees will have the opportunity to learn from Denari, who has taught at UCLA, Columbia, the Bartlett, UC Berkeley, Princeton, and Harvard GSD, and is the author of two bestselling books, Interrupted Projections (1996) and Gyroscopic Horizons (1999).
GlassBuild is the largest trade show for the glass industry in the United States, showcasing the latest in glass products, cutting-edge technology, and educational workshops. On September 11 in Atlanta, The Architect’s Newspaper is teaming up with Glass Magazine to create an intensive one day workshop designed specifically for architects. Featuring Neil Denari as a keynote speaker, The Architect’s Forum will include case studies and technical workshops on both high performance and decorative glass. Presentations on materials and guided show tours compliment an in-depth look at the new glass facade of Herzog & de Meuron’s Miami Art Museum followed by a presentation on advances in structural glass. Learn more and register today here.