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Washington DC is growing quickly and the demand for high quality urban living has been embraced by 400 K Street, NW.
An academic renovation and addition project, the DC International School design was envisioned by renowned Perkins-Eastman.
The design team at Quinn Evans Architects (formerly BCWH) was tasked with creating a modern, energy-efficient rainscreen design that still reflected this Virginia community’s vernacular arc
The State Historical Society of Missouri has a new home in the newly completed Center for Missouri Studies in Columbia, Missouri.
Students at the University of Washington have a new space to learn and grow their skills for the 21st century. Named in honor of Bill & Melinda Gates, this newest addition to the Paul G.
GriD Architects was tasked with converting a Class C medical office building to a Class A office, with the hopes of bridging the residential and commercial scales of the building’s West Ann
For the new 55,000 square foot facility known as "The Commons at Stanton Square" Cladding Corp provided a rainscreen solution incorporating CARAT and NOBILIS fiber cement panels from SWISSPEARL® and a VZ.10 rainscreen attachment system from partne
MTFA Architecture designed a new condominium on 22nd Street, NW in Washington, DC. Two colors and four different tiles were incorporated to create a stunning new addition to the neighborhood.
When designing the Academy of Advance Design and Technology, Amenta Emma Architects used Cladding Corp’s Plus5 system on the HPL panels. The building features a variety of colors, including green, white and greys.
Quattrocchi Kwok Architects of Santa Rosa designed a new student center for Cupertino High School featuring a Terra5 Sunscreen. The 5,000 linear feet of terra-cotta sunscreen addresses the building’s energy concerns.