KSQ Architects

The University of Colorado and KSQ Architects had an interesting opportunity and challenge: develop a highly glazed building that would allow great views of the Boulder Flatirons while ensuring that the building was also environmentally sustainable. That’s what SageGlass helped CU Boulder deliver with the new Village Center Dining and Community Commons.

The world’s most intelligent and reliable electrochromic glass, SageGlass has been developed and enhanced through two decades of pioneering research and is protected by more than 500 patents.

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1.  SAGE Electrochromics, Inc., a New Jersey corporation (“SAGE”), agrees to furnish only the goods described in the quote from SAGE to the Customer (“the “Quote”) in accordance with these Terms of Sale, the Limited Warranty document provided by SAGE and the Technical Information Bulletin provided by SAGE, which may vary from project plans, specifications, and/or purchase orders.  Any capitalized, but undefined term used herein shall have the meaning ascribed to such term in the Quote.  

 

Proper installation of an electrochromic glass system is an important part of the construction or renovation process. Electronically tintable SageGlass dynamically optimizes daylight and manages temperature – all while maintaining unobstructed views of the outdoors.

Installing equipment correctly is the first opportunity to ensure the system is functioning properly. As with any product, proper installation reduces follow-up visits and is the best path to achieve customer satisfaction.

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VISIONARY INSIGHTS

Jordan Doria
May. 17, 2018

Vision in architecture matters a great deal. Designers must imagine what will be before it exists and create it from nothing. It also matters greatly for those that occupy the spaces envisioned. Vision gives us the ability to perceive aesthetic differences, to marvel at what humans can build or stare in awe at nature’s own marvels. Vision allows us to perceive daylight which both illuminates the spaces we occupy and helps us meet shared, basic physiological needs.

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