Certainly, the attitudes and preferences of tomorrow’s senior population may be very different than the generation we currently serve. Yet the clinical needs will remain constant. As the U.S. population ages, the design of our inpatient facilities will need to accommodate the needs and desires of the elderly more than any other age group.
The range of occupancy types on a campus and the variety of door openings needed to meet the requirements of each space can vary greatly. Setting aside a campus's ongoing requirements for door openings that meet life safety and security codes, provide access control, and are thermally efficient, there are many special door opening attributes to be considered.
Aesthetics are playing a greater role in commercial environments than ever before and interior designers have greater influence on what's being built. ASSA ABLOY provides a broad array of decorative door hardware solutions which enables design professionals to incorporate their aesthetic vision into any door opening.
It’s officially summer in New Haven, CT, and along the stretch of shoreline ASSA ABLOY calls home, the food trucks, seagulls and dragon boats have returned in force. (Did she say, “dragon boats?”) That’s right! As the tide rose at 4:15pm on June 3rd, three, 41-foot Chinese dragon boats raced across Long Island Sound, and I was rowing like heck in one of them!
I travelled to Orlando in May for the American Institute of Architects Conference on Architecture 2017. ASSA ABLOY parked its Decorative Opening Solutions mobile showroom on the exhibition floor and for two-and-a-half blissful days my colleagues and I connected and conversed among displays of doors and hardware, with friends old and new.
Amy Vigneux, Director, Sustainable Building Solutions for ASSA ABLOY, talks with us about why Greenbuild is the place to be for sustainability education and networking, how LEED v4 is pushing the industry in the right direction and how ASSA ABLOY is embracing material transparency, energy efficiency and high-performance building practices.
Get an exclusive first look at how new EcoFlex technology from ASSA ABLOY is so energy efficient, it can be powered by a potato in this classic science experiment.