Architects Transform Concrete Structure Into Modern Office Complex In Watertown

The Linx, Watertown, MA, SGA Arch, Callahan, Boylston Properties, Commercial, CEI Materials
The Linx is a modern office complex in Watertown, Massachusetts, adapted from a concrete warehouse. The stunning adaptive reuse project, designed by Spagnolo, Gisness & Associates (SGA Arch), replaced the heavily concrete exterior with glass and modern metal materials. The combination of perforated metal and glass allows for a substantial influx of natural light while the use of iridescent metal playfully changes the exterior throughout the day.

Beautiful Hudson Yards Building Boasts Impressive And High Performance Metal Façade

55 Hudson Yards, East Facade, Credit Raimund Koch for KPF
In the “mega-development” Hudson Yards on Manhattan’s West Side sits the new 55 Hudson Yards building. The building towers 51 stories and gained its context from “stately, cast-iron facades of SoHo and the industrial backdrop of the Meatpacking District,” as Metropolis Magazine describes. The building adds more diversity to the surrounding facades, showcasing the depth of the architecture firm Kohn Pedersen Fox (KPF), who are responsible for the Hudson Yards development master plan.

Historic Buildings Across The Northeast Rejuvenated With High Performance Coatings System

45 Fremont Center, San Francisco, CA, Shorenstein Company, McGinnis Chen Associates, Rainbow Waterproofing Restoration, Tnemec, Lumiflon
The renovation, refurbishment and restoration of old buildings is achieved with modern materials and technological advancements. But when the building is historic, we take great steps to revitalize it with the intention of keeping the building’s original integrity. Tnemec Company has played a vital role in the rehabilitation of historic buildings across the northeast.

Navy Pier Prepares For Future With New Sustainable Design And Modern Upgrades

Tnemec, Chicago Navy Pier, Fluoronar
Chicago’s Navy Pier on Lake Michigan has been a tourist attraction for over a century. With nearly two million annual visitors, the Pier has gone through a series of renovations and upgrades over the years. In a massive rejuvenation, the Pier adopted the “Centennial Vision,” a redevelopment plan to provide modern updates and sustainable features.
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