Innovations in Interior Design

Using the right products to modernize today’s indoor spaces
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Sponsored by Cascade Architectural, NanaWall Systems, and XtremeInterior by Tamlyn
By Peter J. Arsenault, FAIA, NCARB, LEED AP

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Innovation in interior design to meet changing client and building-user demands can take many forms. Opening glass walls provide flexibility, transparency, and the ability to meet changing needs over time. Coiled wire fabric offers a creative and sustainable approach to separating and enclosing spaces with light and transparency. Aluminum interior trim offers clean lines and versatility in design. These and many options like them allow design professionals the freedom and flexibility to meet modern building demands in creative and even exciting ways.

 

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Originally published in Architectural Record

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Fabricoil® Coiled Wire Fabric Systems
Fabricoil® systems are utilized by architects and designers to achieve remarkable interior and exterior spaces. Fabricoil is a flexible metal mesh material that comes in a variety of materials, gauges, and weave sizes and is used for energy savings, solar shading, light diffusion, decorative applications, security, partitioning, and more.
Cascade Architectural
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PrivaSEE Frameless All-Glass Operable Wall
NanaWall’s PrivaSEE STC36 Frameless All-Glass Operable Wall provides better sound buffering than many fixed all-glass partitions, offering flexible space-management solutions.
XtremeInterior by TAMLYN
As a design feature, aluminum trim can provide architects and designers with a means of creating a clean, modern design on projects while incorporating the sustainable features and performance characteristics of aluminum. XtremeInterior by TAMLYN offers thousands of profile options and custom solutions for residential, commercial, hospitality, and industrial projects.