Asian Art Museum - San Francisco

San Francisco, California, USA

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This Work

Novum engineered, fabricated, and installed a structural glass lobby wall at the Asian Art Museum located in San Francisco, CA. The structural glass creates a 3D effect with triangular and trapezoidal glass panes extending outward towards the street. Featuring Novum’s hidden-toggle Edge Clamped Glass System, the wall spans 103’ long by 11’ tall to provide a unique flare to the museum.

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Project Specifications

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SIZE

1,190 sq ft / 110 sq m
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SYSTEMS USED

Architecturally Exposed Steel

Edge Clamped Glass

 

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ARCHITECT

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GENERAL CONTRACTOR

Swinerton Builders

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