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EV&A ARCHITECTS - TWO SUMMERLIN OFFICE BUILDING

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Elevator Interior Materials

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Matt Burns of Ed Vance and Associates explains the design development phase of the Two Summerlin Office Building in Las Vegas, Nevada.  He explains how the neighborhood impacted the building design, as well as the structural system and materials used. He also takes us inside the building and explains the interior finish package.

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So, this is a image of what the interior of the elevator, the passenger elevator cabs will look like. We've used some thin metal veneer over the elevator cab with a glass panel on the back, and because of the weight of the elevators we're really restricted to the thickness and the weight of the different materials that we can use. So, we actually are using Gorilla Glass on the back of this wall to create the glass.

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EV&A ARCHITECTS - TWO SUMMERLIN OFFICE BUILDING

Duration: 22m