DeBruce Center Atrium
Novum was contracted to furnish and install glass and fittings for the atrium walls at DeBruce Center at the University of Kansas in Lawrence. The DeBruce Center is fully enclosed by glass and steel at the north, east and south elevations and partially enclosed at the west elevation of the building.
Marriot Marquis Canopy
This project consisted of cantilevered glass and steel canopies at a prestigious hotel in downtown Washington, D.C. Its location being so close to the nation’s capital provided design challenges, as the owner desired the canopies to be engineered to withstand a potential bomb blast while providing an elegant and inviting entrance to the hotel.
Devon Energy World HQ Façade
A cable façade with point supported glass dramatically wraps much of the base of the tallest building in Oklahoma. The stainless steel cables span vertically with most of the wall on a curved plan. The incredibly transparent wall allows great visibility to either the outdoors or the interior treatments. Point supported glass bolts to cast spider fittings which clamp to the cables.
Lazaridis Hall Skylight
Novum was contracted to furnish and install a gorgeous freeform glass skylight at Lazaridis Hall at the University in Waterloo. The rectangular glass skylight features two high points and the support structure utilizes Novum’s FF-System with rectangular hollow steel tubes and nodal steel disc connectors. The glass is supported by Novum’s Edge Clamped Glass System, creating a bright and unique study hall for its students.
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