More stories about Panels

  • Solar Decathlon 2011 Profile: Team Maryland

    An interview with Amy Gardner, AIA, and Brian Grieb, AIA, faculty advisors for Team Maryland’s WaterShed house, which won the 2011 Solar Decathlon.

  • Panelization Building Systems Offers Many Benefits

    Is panelization the future of residential construction?

  • Cabin Fever and Ed Binkley Offer Affordable, Eco-Friendly Panelized Homes

    The manufacturer and architect team up to offer homes for $50 per square foot.

  • Cool Products Come Out to Play at AIA Convention

    Fewer attend annual gathering in Miami, but products displayed offered inspiration and solutions for residential and commercial projects alike.

  • speak up

    Designer Philippe Starck is known for his rather idiosyncratic and radically modern faucets and fixtures. His latest, Axor Starck X collection, for Alpharetta, Ga.–based Hansgrohe is no exception.

  • Tex Mix

    Rob Paulus Architect: Mix Phifertex fabric panels with run-of-the-mill turnbuckles and eyebolts to create sunscreens and other architectural wonders.

  • On Guard

    Rob Paulus Architect: Tampa, Fla.-based McNichols specializes in lightweight perforated metal panels that are suitable for many architectural applications.

  • the disaster-proof house

    Flat-pack manufacturer sees its new age product as an answer to natural disasters, climate change, and the affordable housing crisis.

  • cover art

    Clear or frosted weather- and UV-resistant acrylic snaps to a stainless steel frame in this sleek Lightline canopy from Feeney.

  • disappearing acts

    NanaWall's new HSW50 individual panel sliding system makes traditional walls virtually unnecessary.