Bendheim Wall Systems’ Channel Glass Projects Win Top National Awards
Two high-profile architectural installations featuring Bendheim Wall Systems Lamberts channel glass receive prestigious AIA National Honor awards.
Bendheim Wall Systems worked closely with architectural design teams to provide Lamberts channel glass, the key exterior design element, for two AIA 2008 National Honor Award winning projects – the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art Bloch Building in Kansas City, Missouri and the Shaw Center for the Arts in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. The AIA National Honor Award is the profession’s highest recognition of works exemplifying excellence in architecture, interior architecture, and urban design.
- Steven Holl and Justin Rüssli’s New Residence at the Swiss Embassy – 2007 Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) International Award.
- Polshek Partnership’s Sarah Lawrence College Heimbold Visual Arts Center – 2005 AIA/Committee on the Environment (COTE) Green Project of the Year.
- SMWM’s Pier 1/AMB Property Corporation – 2002 AIA/COTE Green Project of the Year, 2001 Urban Land Institute Award for Excellence, and 2001 Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors (UK) People’s Choice Award and Building of the Year.
Bendheim is one of the world’s foremost resources for specialty architectural glass. Founded in New York City in 1927, the fourth-generation, family-owned company offers a virtually unlimited range of in-stock and custom architectural glass varieties. Bendheim develops, fabricates, and distributes its products worldwide. The company maintains production facilities in New Jersey and an extensive showroom in New York City