October 01, 2008
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Center Performs and Records
Napa Valley (CA) College’s new instructional center for performing arts will be able to both play and record music. With a theater wired for digital media, images can be projected onto a full-screen backdrop for scenes. The complex will include multiple spaces for music and theater department performances and instruction.
Image: HGA Architects & Engineers
Iowa State University’s C6 is a room that surrounds users with computer-generated 3-D images. When the university needed to upgrade the old technology in the facility to meet current standards, designers had to maintain a high aspect ratio without significantly modifying the structure or expanding the facility. Find out how they did this AV Award-winning project.
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Glass and Glazing Advancements Increase Efficiency
Whereas low-e glazing was state-of-the-art just a decade ago, there are now "self cleaning" photocatalytic coatings, "smart glass" that controls light and heat with the press of a button, and transparent conductive oxide-coated glass for solar panels.
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• September 24, 2008 Special Section: Experience Design
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• September 03, 2008 Historic New Interior Gets Gold
• August 27, 2008 New Cronkite Facility Activates Streetscape
• August 20, 2008 Sleek New Baltimore Hotel Opens This Week
• August 13, 2008 Eco-sensitive Building for Extracurriculars Flourishes at Vanderbilt
• August 06, 2008 Art Museum Connects Campus, Community
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