Unicel Architectural and AWS Mark 20 Years of Collaboration for Industry-leading Skylight Systems

Unicel Architectural and Architectural Wall Systems (AWS) today published a case study that highlights more than 20 years of partnering to deliver skylight and other glazing solutions for notable building and design initiatives in the Midwestern USA.

AWS specializes in the custom design and production of advanced building envelope solutions, including skylights and curtain walls. 

“We first connected with Unicel in in the early nineties for their internal guttering system that was designed with pressure-equalized rain screen technology,” said Mike Cunningham, CEO of Architectural Wall Systems. “Since then, we have worked together to create a legacy of noteworthy daylighting solutions for prominent architectural landmarks such as two Wells Fargo Financial buildings, the Figge Art Center and the USDA Consolidated Laboratory.” Unicel specializes in building sophisticated skylights with unique framing systems. Unicel’s skylights can have added special features such as integrated Vision Control® louvered glazing panels that enable the control of light and heat into the building.

“Skylight design requires very specific expertise in order to perform optimally and stand the test of time,” said Jean-Francois Couturier, CEO of Unicel Architectural. “AWS sets the highest performance standards for its skylight systems. We are proud to have partnered with them for 20 years of project excellence. Our combined solutions are designed to effectively manage water, condensation and thermal variations, while ensuring esthetic appeal.” Read the Unicel and AWS case study here: http://unicelarchitectural.com/en/media.php

About Unicel Architectural

For 50 years, Unicel Architectural has built a reputation for the most advanced aluminum and glass solutions. These solutions encompass louvered glazing, skylights and more, to enhance major global construction initiatives with utmost quality and reliability. With its proprietary technology, Unicel’s Vision Control® delivers unprecedented comfort and control of vision, light, temperature and sound with a patented combination of louvers between glass that are hermetically sealed and cordless. Unicel’s solutions are guaranteed for longevity, optimized for energy efficiency, and customizable to any design, environmental or cultural requirements. Unicel combines its market leading know-how with great design to ensure optimal aesthetics and sustainable performance. For more information visit: www.unicelarchitectural.com

Unicel Contact:

Viviane Chan

T: 450.670.6844 / 800.668.1580 (ext. 227)

C: 514.973.5789


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