Subframing Projects : Hospitality & Residential
Take me out to the ballpark... or at least let me have a cool roof top bar to overlook the game!
Washington DC is growing quickly and the demand for high quality urban living has been embraced by 400 K Street, NW.
FXFowle Architects of New York City designed the Hudson Hill Condominiums at 462 West 58th Street using a Plus5 attachment system for HPL panels.
North 42 used HPL rainscreen panels to a give new look to the campus housing apartments. The Plus5 bracket system attached directly back into the existing wall.
Selldorf Architects of New York City used Concrete5 to create a sleek new 15,000sf residence. The base of the building is fiber concrete panels.
Manhattan’s Upper EastSide new luxury building called The Isis Condominums was designed by FXFowle. The 28,000 square foot HPL rainscreen used the Plus5 attachment system.
Straddling the High Line, NYC’s newest iconic landmark, The Standard Hotel, is now complete with a Concrete5 engineered rainscreen system from Cladding Corp. Ennead Architects were the designers.