Enclos is expert in the design, engineering, fabrication, assembly and erection of custom facade systems, providing complete design-build services to the construction marketplace.
The cost of energy is increasing at an unprecedented rate. This factor, coupled with the potential for natural ventilation and daylight harvesting, is reducing the life cycle costs of double skin facades, making them a relevant design possibility for the construction of high-rise buildings.
Glass in overhead applications brings special opportunities and equally special considerations. It is important to understand and explore the active and passive tools at the designer’s disposal to balance the often conflicting attributes of natural light and solar heat gain.
Delawie designed project scheduled for substantial completion in August 2013.
Javits Center releases first sustainability report outlining performance since completion of the monumental retrofit.
It was a dynamic year for Enclos and the building skin. As we prepare for 2017, it is time for a look back at some of our most read features of 2016.
Santiago Calatrava’s much anticipated Oculus opened for the first time on the 15th anniversary of 9/11.
Kinetic components of a building envelope are often eye-catching, occasionally gimmicky, and almost always a technical and economic challenge. The key to incorporating kinetic technologies into facades is the integration of comprehensive multifunctional systems.