CIRI Fireweed Business Center
In this northernmost city of the United States, the hottest days don’t rise above 65 degrees and the low temperatures can dip to an average of minus 12 degrees. The occupants of the CIRI Fireweed Business Center, will feel “just right".
CenturyLink Technology Center
A telecommunications giant with a grand vision for its new research center is building a space that will encourage employees to create a new generation of innovative products and services. View Dynamic Glass is providing a clear source of inspiration.Learn more
Hospital designers and staff recognize that daylight and a connection to the outdoors have positive effects on patient healing. View Dynamic Glass automatically blocks out unwanted heat and glare while maximizing natural light and views. Patients heal faster and enjoy the rejuvenating energy of the outdoors.
Clovis Community Medical Center
The hospital wanted to make the standalone building an eye-stopping showpiece to frame the entrance to its campus. View Dynamic Glass provides uninterrupted views from the inside out and a stunning exterior design.
Humber River Hospital
Reinventing patient care. It’s the focus at Humber River Hospital, one of Canada’s largest acute-care hospitals. When HRH completes its new state-of-the-art facility in 2015, it will be the first fully digital hospital in North America.Learn more
The Lory Student Center at CSU
The Lory Student Center at CSU is the hub of campus activity with 18,000 people passing through its halls every day. Architecture firm Perkins + Will was charged with designing a flexible, multi-purpose building that maintained a connection to the outdoors.
Abundant glass areas showcase the beauty of a hotel’s most important asset – its location. But large windows can also reduce guest comfort and impact a hotel’s sustainability goals. With View Dynamic Glass, hotels can have greater glass areas with continuous views free from heat and glare.
Hilton Universal City
This iconic hotel was experiencing a heat and glare problem in the main lobby and View Glass provided the solution. View Dynamic Glass was added to energy retrofit project for comfort critical areas of the hotel, and the results were overwhelmingly positive.
With over 900,000 buildings, the U.S. Federal Government is well positioned to take advantage of technology that can provide dramatic energy-savings. View Dynamic Glass significantly reduces costs by maximizing natural light and blocking out unwanted heat and glare.
Marine Corps Air Station
The U.S. Department of Defense sees emerging energy technologies as vital to the nation’s security. When studies showed how much View Dynamic Glass could reduce energy usage at a demonstration site, the DoD gave the project the thumbs-up.
NASA Sustainability Base
Sustainability Base, NASA’s new facility at the entrance to Ames Research Center, is designed to showcase NASA’s culture of innovation. The LEED Platinum building is a thinking, learning building that generates more energy that it consumes.Learn more