Award-winning metal fabricator Cambridge Architectural, a division of Dorchester county manufacturer Cambridge International, continues to gain recognition and secure new business for their products and services.
The company is currently installing an architectural metal space divider at the new $107 million John & Frances Angelos Law Center at the University of Baltimore. The highly anticipated and visually arresting structure, scheduled to open this April at Charles Street and Mount Royal Avenue, features a 33’ interior curtain on the 7th floor lobby of the 190,000 square foot building.
A second project finds Cambridge working with renowned architectural firm Davis Brody Bond on a fully engineered solar shading system for an addition at the South African Embassy in Washington DC. An integrated mesh façade provides a modern contrast to the older colonial limestone structure. The exterior solar shade is transformed into an interior ceiling for the addition’s lobby.
“This was a very exciting project where our entire team could apply their talent and creativity to develop a solution that was energy efficient and beautiful,” said Ann Smith, Manager Architectural Business Development, adding “approximately 20 craftsmen and engineers created a system tailored to the architect’s design specifics.”
A complete portfolio of Cambridge Architectural’s projects is on line at http://cambridgearchitectural.com/projects