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Kalwall® to Unveil New Look at AIA Convention on May 2015

 

Kalwall® to Unveil New Look at AIA Convention on May 2015

Kalwall, the industry leader in translucent panels known for their beauty and energy efficiency, will unveil a new look at the annual convention of the American Institute of Architects, May 14-16, 2015, at the Georgia World Congress Center Expo in Atlanta, Ga.

“We thought this was the perfect event to show the architectural world our rebranding,” said Mike Crowder, national sales for Kalwall. “We invite design professionals to stop by our booth to see the new look and the improved product line we have to offer them.”

Kalwall’s rebranding will be immediately noticeable with a new look to its exhibit. Visitors will also be able to glimpse at the totally redesigned Kalwall website www.kalwall.com

Crowder and Sam Keller, creative director for the Manchester, N.H.-based company, will be on hand to meet with architects and design professionals to tell the Kalwall story of success that started in 1955.

“We’ve had 60 years of success and we’re excited to share a new chapter at the premier event of the architectural world,” Keller said.

The three-day convention includes close to 200 seminars, more than 40 events and nearly 800 exhibitors.

AIA Convention 2015 Agenda

About Kalwall

Kalwall® has been setting the industry standard for diffuse natural lighting systems since it was introduced globally at the 1958 World’s Fair in Brussels and, again, at the 1964 World’s Fair in New York. Much has changed since then, but the beauty, efficiency and ruggedness of Kalwall systems have not. Neither has Kalwall’s commitment to fine craftsmanship, custom work and continuing advances in technology. Kalwall is recognized for its innovations in window designs that provide a more predictable, better quality of usable natural light with superior thermal properties and best in industry solar heat gain control.

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