News
03.11.2009
Materials

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eric laignel
 

METAL

Astec Architectural Bronze
Via dell’Artigianto, 3031030 Dosson di Casier,
Treviso, Italy;
+39-0422-490183
www.astec.it

Centria Architectural Systems
Los Angeles;
800-759-7474
www.centria.com 

Ideal Mechanical
8524 Abelette Rd.,
Santee, CA;
619-449-6116

Mecachim
5, Rue de la Roche Grolleau,
Lusignan, France;
+33-(0)5-4989-3077
www.mecachim.com

GLASS

Bendheim
3676 Alameda Ave.,
Oakland, CA;
510-535-6600
www.bendheim.com

Cricursa
Cami de Can Ferran s/n,
Pol. Industrial Coll. De la Manya,
Barcelona, Spain;
+34-938-404-470
www.cricursa.com

Grosvenor Solutions in Glass
1238 Richards St.,
Vancouver, BC, Canada;
604-602-0566
www.grosvenorglass.com

Metal Window Corporation
501 South Isis Ave., Inglewood, CA;
310-665-0490
www.metalwindowcorp.com

Oldcastle Glass
2425 Olympic Blvd.,
Santa Monica, CA;
310-264-4700
www.oldcastleglass.com

Olde Good Glass
1800 South Grand Ave.,
Los Angeles;
213-745-8600
www.oldegoodglass.com

Pilkington North America
811 Madison Ave.,
Toledo, OH;
419-247-3731
www.pilkington.com

United Glass and Door
55672 Yucca Trail,
Yucca Valley, CA;
760-365-6302
www.unitedglassanddoor.com

Torrance Steel Windows
1819 Abalone Ave.,
Torrance, CA;
310-328-9181
www.torrancesteelwindow.com

Viracon
800 Park Dr.,
Owatonna, MN;
800-533-2080
www.viracon.com

WOOD

Backroads Lumber
P.O. Box 81,
Placerville, CO;
970-728-9097
www.backroadslumber.com

Patella
661 Brea Canyon Rd.,
Walnut, CA;
909-444-9102
www.patella.com

Spectrum Oak
1038 North Lemon St.,
Orange, CA;
714-997-5971 

TerraMai
205 North Mt. Shasta Blvd.,
Mt. Shasta, CA;
800-220-9062
www.terramai.com

Tremont Stairways & Railings
18 Keefer Rd.,
St. Catharines, ON, Canada;
904-646-7329
www.tremontwood.com

CONCRETE, STONE, TILE & MASONRY

Advanced Concrete Enhancement
11070 Fleetwood St.,
Sun Valley, CA;
818-504-0424
www.aceconcrete.com

Bisazza Mosaico
8371 Melrose Ave.,
Los Angeles;
323-782-9171
www.bisazzausa.com

Concreteworks
1137 57th Ave.,
Oakland, CA;
510-534-7141
www.concreteworks.com

Gladding, McBean
601 7th St.,
Lincoln, CA;
800-964-2529
www.gladdingmcbean.com

Sadler Stone
3551 Camino Mira Costa,
San Clemente, CA;
949-276-7472
www.sadlerstone.com

Schokbeton
430 Arthur Sauvé St., Eustache, 
Quebec, Canada;
450-473-6831
www.schokbeton.com

SpecCeramics
851 Enterprise Way,
Fullerton, CA;
714-808-0134
www.specceramics.com

Stone Source
9500A Jefferson Bvld.,
Culver City, CA;
213-880-1155
www.stonesource.com

Vermont Structural Slate
3 Prospect St.,
Fair Haven, VT;
802-265-4933
www.vermontstructuralslate.com

Walker Zanger Showroom
8750 Melrose Ave.,
West Hollywood, CA;
310-659-1234
www.walkerzanger.com

Willis Construction Co., Inc.
2261 San Juan Hwy.,
San Juan Bautista, CA;
831-623-2900
www.pre-cast.org

PLASTICS

3form
2300 South 2300 West,
Salt Lake City, UT;
801-649-2500
www.3-form.com

Panelite
5835 Adams Blvd.,
Culver City, CA;
323-297-0115
www.e-panelite.com

Polygal
P.O. Box 410592,
Charlotte, NC;
800-537-0095
www.polygal.com

Sandhill Plastics
119 West 19th St.,
Kearney, NE;
308-236-5025
www.sandhillplastics.com

Sarnafil
Sika Corporation
201 Polito Ave.,
Lyndhurst, NJ;
201-933-8800

 

 

 


pine street condominiums by owen kennerly architects with oldcastle glass

 
 
 
 
 
 

Metal Window Corporation worked closely with us to modify their standard extrusions and co-fabricated additional parts that could interface with our other prefabricated building components for the Off-grid itHouse. They were able to trim down the extrusions to a very small profile and enhance the look of the window and doors to maximize the views and simplicity of the system.”
Linda Taalman
Taalman Koch

“We’ve been continually using the 3form product out of Utah. In the Neptune home we’re doing a floor out of it soon, and on three other projects, we’re using it. I get a lot of clients who are very happy with it, even though it’s a little pricey. It’s a very stable material, so it’s got some structural value to it. It comes in a nice array of colors and values. I hear from the subcontractors that it’s easy to cut and form. It has great appeal, and good aesthetic value.”
Steven Lombardi
Steven Lombardi Architect