GALLERY OF CS PRODUCTS IN WORLD-CLASS PROJECTS
Project: 42 Crosby
Products: GridLine (G6) as facade panels, sun controls, and a custom parking garage gate
Despite GridLine's intended function as an entrance flooring product, designers saw the possibility to use our stainless-steel grids in a non-traditional application - as architectural accents. GridLine adorns 42 Crosby's exterior facade, the rooftop terrace, and has even been molded into a custom parking garage gate.
Project: Cathedral of Christ the Light
This building is located three miles from the Hayward Fault and 16 miles from the San Andreas Fault, in Seismic Zone 4. The building is 12 stores high, needing to survive a 1,000 year earthquake similar to the great San Francisco earthquake of 1906. CS' XLS Series and SSR Series expansion joint covers, hidden by insetting the surrounding finish materials, were utilized in this unique moat design. Both models are able to span the 33" moat while accommodating the movement and aesthetic requirements for this landmark cathedral.
Project: DeYoung Museum
The project team utilized advanced strategies to design this fine arts museum located five miles from the San Andreas Fault. CS' MACC systems allow the corridors on the base isolated building to move up to 42" in any direction during a seismic event. On the exterior, the 60" wide custom covers are filled with the same unique, copper cladding as the rest of the building, which provides a seamless appearance to the facade.Case Study
Project: Pasadena City Hall
This seismic upgrade to this distinct public building called for 33" of movement in all directions. CS provided a custom SSRW system filled with stone pavers around the building's perimeter. The building is LEED® Certified at the Gold level.
Project: New York Times HQ
Products: PediTred SA (G7)
Project: Art Institute of Chicago
Products: Pedigrid (G1)