Friday Feature - July 6th Edition

Friday Feature - July 6th Edition

In this edition we're showcasing 3D models by Goric, DeepRoot Green Infrastructure, LLC, Glass Expanse, and Invisible Structures, Inc. We've also gathered projects from P+P Artec Inc, Kornegay Design LLC, Dryvit Systems Inc, and Northern Facades.


3D Model Highlights

 View and download the 3D model  here .

View and download the 3D model here.

Goric - Spirallo

Aesthetically pleasing, these unique design pieces are a favorite of landscape architects. As sculptures, they are beautiful; as play equipment they are exciting.


DeepRoot Green Infrastructure, LLC - DeepRoot Tree Barrier

DeepRoot Tree Root Barriers are patented mechanical guides that redirect tree roots down and away from hardscapes, preventing costly root damage while preserving the health and beauty of mature trees. Our Tree Root Barriers are used for linear, surround and root pruning applications on both new plantings and existing trees.

 View and download the 3D model  here  .

View and download the 3D model here.


 View and download the 3D model  here .

View and download the 3D model here.

Glass Expanse - 4 Panel System: Elevation - Single Glazed

As architecture and design continue to evolve, so does the demand for innovative solutions.  Glass Expanse takes great pride in offering a product that can solve each challenge that is presented by a creative industry. We incorporate flexibility with strength and elegance, providing a solution for every vision.


Invisible Structures, Inc. - Grasspave 2 Typical Installation Detail

Grasspave2 porous paving allows you to park, drive, walk, ride, or lounge on a beautiful grass surface. It performs the functions of asphalt or concrete pavement, but with the aesthetics of a lawn all while enhancing the environment. Grasspave2 is a structure which provides incredible load bearing strength while protecting vegetation root systems from deadly compaction. High void spaces within the entire cross-section enable excellent root development, and storage capacity for rainfall from storm events.

 View and download the 3D Model  here .

View and download the 3D Model here.


Project Highlights

 

P+P Artec Inc - Booth Western Museum

 image © P+P Artec Inc

image © P+P Artec Inc

"We chose the Artec Stainless Steel Railings because of the clean, sleek, contemporary styling. We have been very pleased with their willingness to work with us in this project." Mark Robilard, Architect 

View the full project here.

 

Kornegay Design LLC - Tending the Garden

 image ©  Kornegay

image ©  Kornegay

Elaine McGinn, the Director of Exhibits and Planning at the Desert Botanical Garden, was thrilled with the finished product. McGinn states, “Here is what I love about Kornegay Design®: Everything that Larry Kornegay designs is thoughtful to the landscape and elegant in style. His clean contemporary lines enhance the spaces that are fortunate enough to include them. His work is distinctive and easily recognizable”. McGinn essentially allowed Kornegay to take the lead on the project because she knew he could find a creative way to pull people toward the wall. She also knows that she can call on Larry Kornegay if there are ever any issues with his pieces over the years. “There are things that have never been done before so you have to use all of your experience and you have to come up with the best solution. My service is continuous”, Larry says. The Tending the Garden wall will no doubt be beloved by generations to come at the Desert Botanical Garden of Phoenix. 

View more project details here.

 

Dryvit Systems Inc. - Metro Career Academy

 image © Dryvit Systems Inc.

image © Dryvit Systems Inc.

The original design of the Metro Career Academy building called for 24,000 square feet of clay brick and 13,000 square feet of cast stone. When Quinn learned that Dryvit’s Outsulation Plus MD System with Custom Brick™ and Lymestone™ finish would save nearly 50% in construction costs (materials and installation) versus clay brick and stone, it was an easy decision. 

View the project here.

 

Northern Facades - Ryerson Student Learning Centre

 image © Northern Facades

image © Northern Facades

For the York University Bergeron Centre, Northern Facades provided a custom curtain wall, roofing, and green roofing. The cladding chosen for the building was Accumet - Feature exterior undulating triangular rainscreen panel system integrated with undulating custom triangular aluminum welded pod framing and glazing elements. 

View the full project here.


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