By Steven Soderberg
By Kathi Miller
By Shawn Zuver
Posted: Oct 18, 2021
Dymon Storage’s new facility in Brampton, Ontario, CAN is a prime example of how self-storage is evolving to keep up with the times. Breaking away from previous storage designs, Dymon Storage wanted a building that would disrupt the industry’s norms while bringing a sense of luxury to their brand. Through products from Kingspan Insulated Panels North America, they got it.
Posted: Oct 04, 2021
The architects behind The Charles Condominiums in Atlanta’s high-class Buckhead neighborhood created a unique screen for the building’s multi-floor parking area using perforated metal panels from Petersen and creatively positioned lights. In the process, they turned an otherwise unattractive garage into a visual boon for building residents and their nearby neighbors.
Posted: Sep 23, 2021
At the HALL Arts Residences in Dallas, people have the opportunity to live in a thoughtfully designed 28-story tower with views of award-winning architecture in the Dallas Arts District. The spine of the residential tower is clad in Dri-Design Wall Panels that respond to the project’s artistic vision and create a playful material variation.
Posted: Sep 20, 2021
Customers at fast food restaurants across the country find products from Golden State Foods to be the perfect complement to their meals. When the producer of condiments, dressings, sauces, syrups and toppings needed to expand its warehousing square footage through the addition of a Texas facility, it found a perfect complement of a different sort, insulated metal panel systems from Kingspan Insulated Panels North America.
Posted: Sep 07, 2021
With their median age of 22.7 years old, the residents of Jacksonville, N.C., earned the city the title of the youngest in the U.S. So, churches interested in attracting these residents need to strike a more modern note. This helped guide the design of the new River Of Life Church, which features metal panels from Petersen.
Posted: Aug 30, 2021
New York City's next generation of architectural heritage has emerged at Hudson Yards, the largest private real estate development in U.S. history, and PPG metal coatings are again playing an integral role. Six towers measuring more than 50 stories in height have been designed by some of the world's best-known architectural firms, and at least three of those firms have specified PPG coatings for exterior or interior components of their projects.
Posted: Aug 23, 2021
Challenging projects require creative solutions, and there were challenges aplenty with the construction of Gusto 501, a recently completed landmark-type restaurant in Toronto, Ontario, Canada’s historically industrial Corktown neighborhood. With the look of a weathered industrial building outside and the vibe of a classic Italian restaurant in, the unique structure is clad with insulated metal panels from Kingspan Insulated Panels – North America.