First Americans Museum

Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, USA

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This Work

Novum engineered, fabricated, and installed the glass and fittings for the incredible curvilinear facade of the First Americans Museum in Oklahoma City, OK! The beautifully curved facade utilizes Novum’s Edge Clamped Glass and Point Supported Glass Systems to provide a stunning entranceway to the museum. The enclosure is approximately 208’-0” wide and 101’-0” in height. Horizontal sunshades extend from the glazing arms through the glass joints to the exterior at each point. There are five canopies on the West façade located at each entrance.

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Project Specifications

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SIZE

71,040 sq ft / 6,600 sq m
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SYSTEMS USED

Architecturally Exposed Steel

Edge Clamped Glass

Point Supported Glass

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ARCHITECT

Johnson Fain / Hornbeek Blatt Architects
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GENERAL CONTRACTOR

Centennial Builders

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