Case Study: Leo Baeck Temple

Leo Baeck Temple, 1300 N Sepulveda Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90049 Architect: Architecture 350; Playa Del Rey, CA Skylight/Lightwall System- engineer/fabricator: EXTECH/Exterior Technologies, Inc. Photography: Barry Schwartz Photography Among the Velvet Ash and Lupines of southern California’s San Fernando Valley sits the Leo Baeck Temple, a Jewish community center that offers a campus for prayer services,...Continue reading

EXTECH’s LIGHTWALL 3440 Chosen as a Money-Saving Product by BUILDINGS Magazine

LIGHTWALL 3440 Wins BUILDINGS Money-Saving Product Award!EXTECH Inc. is proud to announce that BUILDINGS has selected our LIGHTWALL as a 2018 Money-Saving Product winner. LIGHTWALL 3440 is a member of an elite group of 67 products showcased in the June 2018 issue of BUILDINGS and online at www.BUILDINGS.com.To view EXTECH's winning entry in the Building...Continue reading

EXTECH’s Work at Pathways Innovation Center Featured in Architectural Product Magazine

EXTECH was featured in the January/February 2018 issue of Architectural Products in a product focus on Daylight Harvesting.The mention reads: "Daylighting A New Stem Space: Bringing in ample daylighting through a 30 ft high exterior wall into a two-story common space, Cuningham Group and MOA Architecture specified more than 3000 sq. ft. of EXTECH's LightWall 3440 interlocking...Continue reading

Pathways Innovation Center and LIGHTWALL 3440 profiled in Commercial Architecture magazine

The November 2017 issue of Commercial Architecture magazine features a lengthy profile of the Pathways Innovation Center and Roosevelt High School in Casper, WY - two projects that relied on EXTECH's LIGHTWALL 3440 translucent polycarbonate daylighting system in their design. Designed by the Cuningham Group and winner of the Project of Distinction Award from the Association for...Continue reading

EXTECH Sponsored CEU Course in the November Issue of Architectural Record

In the November 2017 print and online edition of Architectural Record, you can find the EXTECH sponsored CES course "High-Performance Facade Solutions." The course covers different high-performing facade types, such as translucent polycarbonate which delivers daylighting, steel facades, and fire-rated curtain walls. Passing the course earns participants 1 AIA LU/HSW, 1 GBCI CE Hour, 0.1...

Pathways Innovation Center and EXTECH’s LIGHTWALL 3440 featured by Construction Specifier Magazine

Construction Specifier Magazine's digital platform currently features a great profile of the Pathways Innovation Center and Roosevelt High School, both of which utilize EXTECH's LIGHTWALL 3440 translucent wall system. The facilities, designed by the Cuningham Group,  were designed to "emphasize daylighting, openness, transparency, and collaboration," and the profile details how this was facilitated using the...Continue reading

Studio Gang design utilizing EXTECH’s LIGHTWALL 3440 featured in Architectural Record

 Architectural Record's digital platform this month features a short profile on the Eleanor Boathouse in Chicago, which was designed by Studio Gang architecture firm. The boathouse utilizes EXTECH's LIGHTWALL 3440 polycarbonate wall system with opalescent glazing, which allows 51% light transmission, compared with nearly 90 percent from a clear window. The opalescent panels help in both lighting...Continue reading

Student Series: A Masked Multicultural Art Center for the Global Citizen

It’s easy to order samples from the EXTECH website. Because of this, we often get sample requests from college students who are working on designs where they want to incorporate EXTECH’s daylighting systems. We’ve been getting so many sample requests from students who are working on studio and thesis projects that we decided to start...Continue reading

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