Posted November 20, 2015

Highlighted Project - BAYLOR UNIVERSITY PAUL L. FOSTER CAMPUS FOR BUSINESS AND INNOVATION

"GREATLY IMPROVES SOCIAL INTERACTION  AND OVERALL OCCUPANT COMFORT."
-ADAM BUSH, AIA LEED AP BD+C, OVERLAND PARTNERS

The Paul L. Foster Campus for Business and Innovation, designed by Overland Partners Architects, is the newest addition to the Baylor University campus. A model for higher education academic buildings, this new facility delivers a broad range of 21st-century learning environments within a global business setting.
10,000 square feet of 30mm BASWA Phon Classic Fine was used within
the atrium spaces and auditorium in order to absorb a wide range of sound frequencies and greatly reduce reverberation offering the flexibility to utilize the inspirational space for a variety of functions.
 

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Posted October 9, 2015

Introducing BASWA Phon Surface Cleaner

A NEW TOOL IN THE LINE OF BASWA CLEANING AND MAINTENANCE PRODUCTS.

Designed specifically for use with all BASWA Finishes, the BASWA Surface Cleaner is able to deeply penetrate a finished surface and lift out stains and residue without the need for scrubbing or harsh chemicals.

BASWA Surface Cleaner renews any soiled BASWA System installation to its original color by cleaning inside and out. Using oxidating technology that makes stains soluble in water, emulsifies oils, and lifts stains off surfaces, eliminating and deodorizing organic stains.
 
BASWA Surface Cleaner is biodegradable and environmentally safe.
 

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Posted September 18, 2015

“YOU WANT TO AMPLIFY THE GOOD NOISE AND REDUCE THE BAD NOISE.

BAD NOISE IS THAT TINNY, HIGH-PITCHED SQUALL THAT CAN WHIP THROUGH A RESTAURANT LIKE A FLOCK OF CROWS.”

From the outside, Untitled looks like one of those places where intimate
conversation gets lost in the din.

The restaurant, which anchors the architect Renzo Piano’s new home for the Whitney Museum of American Art in the meatpacking district, has all the makings of a cacophony box. The primary walls are glass. That back wall is concrete. The floors? Blue Catalan limestone. The cooks chop and sear in an open kitchen, and the tables don’t have tablecloths.

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Posted May 12, 2015

BASWA Acoustic Selected as a 2015 Architizer A+ Award Winner

BASWA acoustic has been selected as an Architizer A+ Award Product Winner.

Comprising diverse and innovative global projects from starchitects to emerging firms, this year’s winners represent the best new architecture, interiors, and products. A highly-esteemed jury of over 300 industry leaders including Yves Béhar, Paola Antonelli, Liz Diller, Joseph Altuzarra, David Rockwell, Rem D. Koolhaas, and Ian Schrager selected the five finalists in each category.

These finalists are then presented online where professionals and design enthusiasts around the globe vote for their favorites during a highly publicized campaign. The winners of the A+ Popular Choice Awards are honored alongside the A+Awards Jury Winners.