CB January 2014

New Kids on the Block

Is Extreme Weather Creating Demand for Tougher Materials?

Mark Richardson: The Gift of Time

Products

All of the wood exterior doors in this new collection from Simpson Door Company were designed by leading architects; this latest collection includes award-winning architect James L. Cutler, FAIA.

An elegantly sculpted side and a sleek, simple side provide total design flexibility in this reversible, Italian-crafted fireclay sink from Lenova.

Using the same LED technology as high-definition televisions, this thin (.55 inches thick) light fixture can be flush-mounted on ceilings, walls, or under the counter.

This prefabricated wood shearwall from Simpson Strong-Tie offers structural support comparable to narrow steel shearwalls, with greater flexibility and lateral-force resistance.

Three vortex light elements form the points of a three-dimensional triangle in this chandelier from Derek Marshall Lighting, with a fourth vortex in the center 6 inches lower.

This drop ceiling product offers the look of a custom-crafted three-dimensional ceiling at an affordable price.

Schluter introduces this tileable covering support for its Kerdi-Drain product line, which in turn complements Schluter-Kerdi or other bonded waterproof membranes.

Installation is fast and easy with these oversized shingles, measuring 39 inches by 14 inches with a 6-inch exposure for easier measurements.

Sterling’s line of Vikrell bath and shower products are now Greenguard Gold-certified and can contribute to indoor air quality and the well-being of consumers.

Features

Are severe storms pulling more demand for hardier building materials?

These three infill projects are respectful of the surrounding architecture and bring new vigor to long-established neighborhoods. 

November 2014

This Month in Custom Builder

Products

Project management once required numerous binders and folders to stay organized, but true to the 21st century, all of this can be done in one app.

Features

Incentive compensation plans can reward performance but be careful about what you’re paying for. 

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