Piper High School

Location: Kansas City, KS
Architect: DLR Group
Date: 2009
Project Type: Educational Institutions, LEED PLATINUM
Key Contractor: Kaw Roofing
Size/Scope of Project: 520 ft²

Sunshading, daylighting, graphic design and space-utilization create a unique, 21st century learning environment. To promote school spirit and create an easily identifiable main entrance area, the school’s mascot, a pirate, was etched by GKD into the Omega 1510 woven metal fabric. Design architect Ken Graham, AIA, LEED AP, selected the fabric from GKD, based on its durability, sustainable attributes and aesthetics.

Case Study

 
 
 
 
 
Metal Fabrics
Benefits
SUNSHADING
SUSTAINABILITY
DURABILITY
AESTHETIC
TRANSPARENCY
ADAPTIVE REUSE
System Components

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