The tower rests on a 28m podium which accommodates the recreational facilities at deck level including two swimming pools and health clubs, individually dedicated for the serviced apartments tenants and the other for office space tenants. The serviced apartments are accommodated on 15 typical floors and comprise of mix of studio, one and two-bedroom apartments.
Right in our backyard, finally, another building using ICD’s products wins a green award. Winner of the USGlass Magazine Green Design Awards; this beautiful building is full of green design.
This has to be one of the most outstanding buildings OPACI-COAT-300® has been a part of. The architects desired a “pure” white, something ICD is able to offer with our waterbased spandrel. Utilizing low-iron glass, anyone can achieve pure colors.
In this project, as well as many others, OPACI-COAT-300® is back painted as the wall cladding coating as well as behind the bent glass used as the actual tub. Projects such as these are an excellent use of this products color versatility.
Heralded as one of Vancouver B.C.’s tallest buildings at 149 meters (489 feet), with 42 floors and 49,451 square meters of floor space. A great example of Vancouver architecture with mixed use office space and residential space. A key project for ICD’s OPACI-COAT-300® silicone spandrel.
Completed in 2007, Benson Tower, the first point tower in the city of Portland, is radically different from most other residential buildings in the downtown core. Its tall slender design and dramatic use of glass are reminiscent of Vancouver Canada high rise designs. The tower offers sweeping views from all 26 stories with each floor comprised of only 5 to 7 condominiums