KeyBank Uses Dreamwalls As White Boards
One of the reason we worked so hard to make our True White Dreamwalls Color Glass so white, was for the practical use as a dry erase board. This installation in Cleveland Ohio utilizes that very benefit to the fullest extent. Since we can create Dreamwalls Color Glass in sizes up to 96 x 144in., creating a floor-to-ceiling dry erase surface is perfect to foster brainstorming, creativity, and a sleek look to the interior.
KeyBank at the Higbee Building was recently featured in the June 2011 issue of Architectural Products. It’s a multi-page spread spotlight that starts on page 66. According to the article, “….a wealth of collaborative spaces – including workbars, ‘huddle’ rooms, café areas and quiet rooms – foster a dynamic work environment.” You’ll notice how Dreamwalls Color Glass was used as a dry erase board in a variety of different locations to encourage an engaging workplace.
A great deal of thought went into the sustainable aspects of the commercial interior. Earning a USGBC LEED® Gold rating, the project needed low-emitting materials, energy efficient audio-visual equipment, and a creative layout that supported the flexible, collaborative style of the more than 800 employees. Dreamwalls Color Glass is proud to have been a part of this amazing project, and gives special thanks to Paul and everyone at VIP Restoration, for doing such a great glazing job.
Bravo to all everyone involved in this project:
- Project: KeyBank at the Higbee Building (Cleveland, OH)
- Architecture Firm: Vocon, Inc.
- Completed: January 2010
- LEED: Gold Rating
- Photographer: Jim Maguire
- Glazier: VIP Restoration – Glazing Division