“NATURE” by Klein: Organic, elegant, and warm, NATURE puts sustainability at the forefront of design by marrying cutting-edge manufacturing processes with natural materials. NATURE is a groundbreaking new sliding door system made entirely out of oak wood that allows architects to introduce organic elements into their designs. The result is warmer, more nature-centric spaces that strengthen the bond between humans and their environment. NATURE Framed Dibujo
“NATURE” by Klein: Their newest product line. Creates a glass architectural wall that combines fixed and mobile glass panels via a wooden track. Versatile and flexible, it allows for numerous combinations with impeccable details. NATURE by Klein NATURE by Klein NATURE by Klein
We are excited to attend and present at the Montana AIA Annual Conference later this month in Bozeman! It will be great to be back in person. Congrats on 100 years! AIA Fall Conference 2021
We deployed a two-hour rated McKEON Door horizontal fire door across this crescent-shaped opening at Pacific Place in Seattle, WA. Designed by Gensler. Amazing! Pacific Place Seattle Pacific Place Seattle Pacific Place Seattle
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Lignea by Klein Sliding Doors structures spaces with a continuous glass front and elegant sliding wood doors. The beauty of a harmonious contrast between two unique materials. Take a look at Klein here on our website.
This Skyfold wall divides the theater from the upper classroom at Eastside Preparatory School. The classroom side is full marker board and the theater side is black to match the ceiling of the theater. The Skyfold wall deploys down on top of the handrail above. Architect - PUBLIC47 ARCHITECTS LLC Contractor - Schuchart
Take a look at the NEW Skyfold family of products brochure! 90 pages of automatic vertically folding operable walls customized for your project that unite acoustics, flexibility, design, and performance. https://portal.skyfold.com/media/family-brochure/
Take a look at this great visual from Modernfold, Inc that highlights how social distancing needs can be met through flexible solutions like operable walls.
The Washington State Convention Center is starting to take shape!