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Georgia Tech CNES Laboratory

An impressive curtain wall of Kalwall® panels floods the lab’s high bay in natural diffuse light, integrating perfectly with the goals of the CNES because of its best industry solar heat gain control. It is one reason the building achieved LEED-NC Platinum certification.

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Design Prototyping & Testing Center

Housed within a 100-acre campus of sharply designed buildings, the Advanced Manufacturing Park in Rotherham, England is home to cutting edge technology in the manufacturing world while reflecting the spirit of innovation.

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South Bend Regional Airport

The terminal is a significant update for the regional airport with the latest in comfort and convenience. Concourse A is a new 45,000 ft2 expansion with 5 new gates, dining room, lounge, gift shop and a children’s room capped by a custom Kalcurve® Skyroof®.

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St. Louis Abbey

This half-century-old daylighting design, commemorated for character and effectiveness and the roll it has played, is more than a mere chapel on a school campus but is a spiritual beacon, which serves the mission of the monastic community.

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Our Lady of Hope

The subtlety and spiritual strength of daylight can bring hope, honor and respect to a building when architects like Andrew Baczynski, Associate of Young + Wright / IBI Group Architects, rise to the challenge of taking a space to a higher level of consciousness.

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Aspen Music School

A building in the mountain foothold of Aspen, Colorado designed to mirror its landscape would not be complete without the light from the sky. That’s the role Kalwall® translucent panels played in the award-winning design by Harry Teague Architects.

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Tintern Middle School

The Tintern Middle Schools in the Melbourne suburb of Ringwood East, Australia had a unique need for its new classroom building. Kalwall® was a vital part of the solution by James Jones, design principal for Architectus Melbourne.

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Dunbar High School

Paul Laurence Dunbar would be proud. The sun is once again shining on – and into – the historic Washington, D.C. high school named in his honor. When Dunbar High opened its doors in 1870, it became the first public high school in the United States for African-Americans.

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Jack A. Vickers Boys & Girls Club

The Jack A. Vickers Boys & Girls Club is part of the Nancy P. Anschutz Center and is a beacon of light in a neighborhood that has more than its share of underserved youth.

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Metea Valley Natatorium

It isn’t just the fresh outlook on learning that makes Metea Valley High School, in Aurora, Illinois, a special place. The massive, 464,000 ft2, 3,000-student campus is broken down into smaller teaching spaces and daylit throughout with Kalwall®.

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Metea Valley High School

The sprawling campus with room for 3,000 students is broken down into a handful of more intimate, human-scale learning spaces, called “think tanks”. Lighting up Metea comes largely from the extensive use of Kalwall® translucent curtain wall.

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Amy Biehl School

The Amy Biehl Community School, a K-6 school in the public school system of Santa Fe, New Mexico, does more than help students learn how to be environmentally conscious. It helps them live it.