Sto products offer a unique combination of advantages architects find helpful for their projects, such as moisture protection, continuous insulation, air barriers, potential LEED credits and design flexibility.
Sto offers a variety of comprehensive resources for architects looking for the latest innovations in exterior wall technology as well as specific information you need to complete your design.
- How to Meet Today’s Building Codes with the Right Continuous Insulation
Many of today’s building designers and owners find themselves contending with the need for an advanced insulated wall cladding that meets the country’s increasingly rigorous IBC and IBEE building codes such as Title 24, IBC, IECC and ASHRAE 90.1. What they want is efficiency, durability and a flexible range of exterior appearances. The post How to Meet Today’s Building Codes with the Right Continuous Insulation appeared first on ARCHITRENDS. […]
- Brazilian Museum of Tomorrow Wins Innovative Green Building Award
The Rio de Janeiro Museum of Tomorrow, designed by architect and engineer Santiago Calatrava, recently won the MIPIM award for “Best Innovative Green Building”. The stunning structure was recognized for its sustainable building design and architecture, as well as its “commitment to creating a better future”. Since the museum opened in 2015 for the Brazilian Olympics, it has become a symbol of urban recovery in the Puerto Maravilha neighborhood in Rio, providing the area with new infrastructure and transforming the neighborhood into an attractive destination. The post Brazilian Museum of Tomorrow Wins Innovative Green Building Award appeared first on ARCHITRENDS. […]
- When it Comes to EIFS, Mesh Matters
We’re all familiar with the power that comes from teamwork, including the teamwork involved in constructing buildings. Whether its design, systems, skilled labor or the products used in construction – all the pieces need to fit together to form a cohesive structure. Like all teams, there is always a member that helps strengthen the group and allows contributors to perform better. The post When it Comes to EIFS, Mesh Matters appeared first on ARCHITRENDS. […]