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Heathrow Airport Terminal 4

18,836 square feet (1750 square meters) of Kalwall Skyroof® cladding were used above the terminal’s International Departure Lounge and check-in desks to replace the 30+ year old glass skylights.

Benenden Hospital

A series of Kalwall skylights are the architectural focus of a $76 million (£55 million) renovation project. The new and renovated spaces create an enhanced patient and visitor experience with maximized natural daylight.

Middle West Spirits

Jonathan Barnes Architecture and Design of Columbus selected Kalwall as the signature feature in the expansion of a historic 1920’s era warehouse that is home to this artisan small batch distillery.

Elgin Artspace Lofts

The award-winning Elgin Artspace Lofts transformed a 1908 Sears building into a hub for artists to affordably live and pursue their craft. Kalwall shines a light on their collective works.

Featherstone High School

Studies show there is a high correlation between daylighting and increased human comfort and productivity. That is one reason Kalwall translucent sandwich panels are often specified to refurbish school buildings, such as the main teaching block at Featherstone High School, providing a better environment for young students.

Raleigh-Durham Airport (RDU)

In a $68 million transformation, Clark Nexsen created a stunning new terminal, redesigning everything from the curbside to the interior space. On landside arrival, a Kalwall canopy system provides shelter and links access points, while a Kalwall facade is utilized for the main building.

Crouch End Picturehouse

The Crouch End Picturehouse in North London is an interesting example of how Kalwall can be used to convert an ugly 1950’s concrete building into a state-of-the-art space suitable for the 21st Century.