Ply Gem, Simonton and Environmental StoneWorks Products Help Change the Lives of Those in Need
February 28, 2020
Cornerstone Building Brands announced its partnership with Extreme Makeover: Home Edition. Three Cornerstone brands: Ply Gem, Simonton and Environmental StoneWorks have donated products to be used in select projects on the show, beginning with episode 2, which aired February 23.
As anyone in the industry can tell you, there’s a real shortage of skilled labor in drywall and the trades in general. What most people don’t talk about, though, is how few women work in this industry – and what an untapped resource they represent.
With green building technology entering the mainstream and eco-home concepts spreading their roots faster than ever, the need for designing high-performance building envelopes is repeatedly highlighted.
Noted for complex, large-scale cultural works and “masterful use of texture,” Studio Ma introduces innovative, energy-saving cultural works that “regenerate resources.”
December 26, 2019
Known for award-winning museum designs and architecture, urbanism, campus planning and environmental design work, the firm Studio Ma has announced the completion of three major museums and a national initiative to promote and design “a new generation of net-zero-energy museums” and cultural institutions worldwide.
The Design Revitalizes an Important Public Assembly Building in the Pacific Northwest through Strategic Architectural Interventions
December 20, 2019
LMN Architects celebrated the completion of the Oregon Convention Center renovation and plaza on October 21th, 2019. The design leverages the attributes of the original convention center while incorporating architectural gestures to enhance the existing ballroom, key public spaces, and the exterior plaza.
Festival Buffet at Foxwoods Resort Casino in Mashantucket, Conn., temporarily closed its door in November 2018 for a complete renovation and rebranding. The menu, interior space and even the name were revamped to enhance the dining experience.
Rising above Interstate 5 in Tacoma, Washington, the Puyallup Tribe of Indians’ glamorous new Emerald Queen Casino is about to become an entertainment mecca that will beckon drivers to experience a bit of Las Vegas, Pacific Northwest-style.