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Articles

Here at Unicel, our team has a great deal of experience when it comes to specialty glazing, skylights and solar shading. We often share this expertise in the form of articles published in some of the industry’s leading magazines.


April 06, 2017
Integrated Louvers or Integrated Blinds?
Specifying the Right Privacy Solution for Your Doors and Openings

View article: Integrated Louvers or Integrated Blinds (.PDF)

Author: Jean-Francois Couturier


October 05, 2016
Health Care Design Caters to Autism Spectrum Disorder

View article: www.hconews.com


October, 2016
Specifying the right privacy and shading

View article: www.constructionspecifier.com/


issuu

July 22, 2016
Lighting from above

View article:
issuu.com/constructionbusinessmedia/docs/1605_nzb/25?e=6596036/35953830


July 5, 2016
Combining Privacy & Safety in Health Care Design

View article: www.hconews.com


Glass Magazine

July 4, 2016
Integrated Louvers in Doors and Openings For Vision and Daylight Control

View article:
Integrated Louvers in Doors and Openings For Vision and Daylight Control (.PDF)

Author: Jean-François Couturier


Glass Magazine

December 18, 2015
BUILDINGS
“Using Integrated Louvers for Optimal Daylight and Energy Management”

View article: www.buildings.com

Author: Viviane Chan


Glass Magazine

November 16, 2015
Architectural Roofing & Waterproofing Magazine
“Rebuilding a Historical Subway Station”

View article: www.arwarchitect.com

Author: Viviane Chan


September 24, 2015
Adjustable Privacy for Neonatal Intensive Care Unit - A Case Study
“Baltimore’s Mercy Medical Center Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) is a Level III-B intensive care nursery that delivers comprehensive care for infants who are born prematurely or with congenital anomalies, and for any infants who require special monitoring and care in the newborn period.”

View article: http://www.aecinfo.com


Glass Magazine

September 2, 2015
Designing Door Treatments for Improved Patient Outcomes in Hospitals
“Hospital design and architecture can play an important role in a patient’s recovery and well-being. A number of studies have examined how hospital design and architecture affect patients and healthcare workers, and the results make a compelling case for patient-centered design. This means that doors aren’t just doors anymore - they need to be more than just entrance portals or barriers. Doors are increasingly being considered as part of an optimal patient recovery environment.”

View article:
viewer.zmags.com/publication/e441db3c#/e441db3c/22

Author: Viviane Chan


Glass Magazine

June 9, 2014
Privacy and Vison Control Options for Doors
Today more than ever, including glass in swinging doors is a balance between security and creating an open, welcoming space.

View article:
viewer.zmags.com/publication/712912a6#/712912a6/32

Author: Nona Peterson