Graphic-Sized Letters Float On GKD Metal Fabric Parking Facade

March 22, 2012 | Case Histories

Located in the heart of the San Fernando Valley, Van Nuys Airport (VNY) ranks as the world's busiest general aviation airport. Dedicated to noncommercial air travel, VNY averages close to 400,000 takeoffs and landings annually. VNY is one of three airports owned and operated by Los Angeles World Airports, including Los Angeles International and Ontario International.

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GKD Mediamesh Became Modern Art Canvas At Henry Madden Library

February 27, 2012 | Case Histories

GKD Mediamesh became the canvas of the modern artist with a significant installation at California State University’s Henry Madden Library in Fresno. The completion of the 700-square-foot media facade using GKD’s proprietary communication platform technology Mediamesh marked the first installation of its kind in the United States. Mounted behind a glass wall, the media facade is part of an artistic installation carried throughout the entire university building built by AC Martin Partners.

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American Airlines Arena Transforms Downtown With GKD Mediamesh

February 23, 2012 | Case Histories

When the NBA’s Miami HEAT Group decided to create a marquee on the exterior of its American Airlines Arena, the franchise wanted something that would not only draw attention to the arena itself, but also transform downtown Miami. Made from 3,400 square feet of a high-grade architectural woven stainless steel mesh fabric with interwoven LED profiles, Miami’s Mediamesh screen, patented by GKD, provides visitors to the Arena with unobstructed viewing from the interior and visually engaging digital media content on the exterior.

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NYC Port Authority Bus Terminal Boasts Worlds Largest LED Display

June 20, 2011 | Case Histories

One of the New York City’s most forgettable buildings has been transformed into a model of modern technology. The Port Authority Bus Terminal (PABT), located in midtown Manhattan between 40th and 42nd street, now boast the world’s largest transparent media façade, effectively covering the building’s outdated steel façade.

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