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PRODUCTS interiors EDITORS' CHOICE Bamboo-panel ceilings Plyboo Ceilings: * Carved and textured bamboo ceiling panels * Fit standard grids * Custom applications to 4 x 10 ft. Plyboo Ceilings is a line of 40 carved and textured ceiling panels. The system uses the company's bamboo panel products including the Reveal, Sound, Linear, and Linear Sound collections, all fabricated to fit standard ceiling grids or available in custom applications to 4 x 10 ft. Made form 100% FSC-Certified, rapidly renewable bamboo, the panels pass VOC emissions standards for ULEF (ultra-low emitting formaldehyde). Panels are fabricated in 3/4- and 1/2-in. thicknesses and are Class B or C fire rated. RealCore technology ensures the revealed cores are consistent and that layers of bamboo material in bi-directional construction enable stability and strength through the product. Smith & Fong Co., San Francisco Circle 58 Marble-inspired surface HanStone Quartz Cascina collection marble-inspired surface includes additions to the line that reflect veining patterns from traditional white hues to pale gray and soft taupe. The material is said to be easy to maintain, stain and heat resistant, and nonporous. Colors include Brava Marfil, Campina, Savoy, Strato, Empress, and Nova Bisque. Hanwha Surfaces, Atlanta Circle 60 Fabric ceiling system Joint compound Sheetrock brand all-purpose joint compound is a conventional-weight material providing a smooth texture, and reported excellent bond and good open time. Used with Sheetrock brand Mold Tough gypsum panels, it provides a mold-resistant system. USG Corp., Chicago Circle 59 Sefar Architecture, Depew, NY Circle 61 Patcraft Dalton, GA 800.241.4014 Circle 251 44 Lightframe illuminated modular fabric ceiling system provides an NRC value to .90. The system provides a sound-absorptive ceiling that delivers true, usable light. Applications include large interior spaces that are heavily trafficked yet must remain quiet and lit. Modules pivot to a vertical position for cleaning and maintenance. COMMERCI A L A RCHI T EC T URE JUL/AUG 2016

Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of Commercial Architecture July/August 2016

The Architects
Re-Imagining Detroit
Cigar Factory Embarks On A New Life
Windows & Door Products
Historic Renovation Includes Geothermal
Church Sings Praises Of Condensing Boilers
HVAC & Plumbing Products
Raising The Roof On Historical Bath House
Two Paws Up For Rubber Floors
Interiors Products
Library Blends Stone And Glass
Exteriors Products
Lighting For The Future
Lighting & Electrical Products
High-In-The-Sky Safety
Building Technology Products

Commercial Architecture July/August 2016