Product Focus: Sun Control

May 2013

By Rita Catinella Orrell

Glazing Helps Keep a Glass Box Cool for Students

Glazing Helps Keep a Glass Box Cool for Students
Colorado state University built the Morgan Library Pavilion, an addition to an existing 270,000-square-foot library on its Fort Collins campus, to create a transparent, inviting space for students. Completed in late 2012, the all-glass building was designed by Denver-based Studiotrope, which collaborated with sustainability consultants YR&G to incorporate various efficiency strategies. Also known as the Study Cube, the project achieved LEED Silver certification in March.

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Photo courtesy Sage Electrochromics


Product Focus: Sun Control

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The newest shades, screens, and glass technologies help control solar heat gain and glare throughout the year without sacrificing access to light or views.

Pictured: Cortina and Siena Roller-Shade Fabrics; Photo © Jeremy Bittermann


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