HPDs for Facade Glass
Jennifer Krichels explores how transparency in reporting a glass product's chemical content is easier to advocate than implement.
Part Five: Toward Best Practices in Resilient Facade Design
“Resilience and the Building Facade” is the subject of ongoing research collaboration between the University of Southern California School of Architecture and the Advanced Technology Studio of Enclos.
Enclos sweeps AN’s 2015 Best Facade Awards
Jerome L. Green Science Center at Columbia University wins Best Facade Award, Sky Reflector-Net at Fulton Center receives Honorable Mention.
Join Enclos at the premier conference on high-performance building enclosures.
John Jay College of Criminal Justice Receives 2015 AIA Institute Honor Award
The American Institute of Architects commends the New York project for its diversity of space.
ENCLOS PRESENTS | Facades in Tension: Cable Walls, Tension Rods & Double Skin Applications
Identify the unique design, engineering and constructability considerations required by tension structures.
Let There Be Light
Architect Magazine celebrates the reopening of Fulton Center.
ENCLOS PRESENTS | Face Change: Innovation & Rapid Evolution in Building Skin Technology
We must innovate our way to sustainability in the built environment. "Face Change: Innovation & Rapid Evolution in Building Skin Technology" uses case study examples of exemplary building facades to identify past, present and future opportunities for building facade innovation.
VIDEO | Sky Reflector-Net installation at the Fulton Center
The Sky Reflector-Net — an interior atrium shaped by a double-curved tensioned cable net clad by perforated metal panels — is an integrated artwork for the Fulton Center in New York City.
Introducing INSIGHT 03
In this third edition of Insight, the Studio’s multi-disciplinary teams investigate themes of digitalization, process, optimization, constructability and performance — all facets of our philosophical delivery process. New to the publication is “Dialog”, a roundtable-type discussion that pulls prevalent industry ideas and professionals into the conversation.
Curtainwall is Not Curtainwall
The curtainwall technology that first emerged in the mid-twentieth century is not the diverse facade technology of today. Advanced curtainwall design, facade engineering, and new product development have produced an array of high-performance solutions that extend beyond the initial concept of a simple weather barrier.
Enclos, a facade engineering and curtainwall design company, is one of the largest specialty design-build contractors in the United States.