Modern interior glazing carefully integrated with the existing historical building fabric. LED glass affords privacy when needed, turning opaque at the flick of a switch.
The building located in the heart of downtown Cleveland is over 100 years old and is listed in the National Register of Historic Places.
The development of the building and the spaces for Calfee were designed with achieving LEED Interior Design & Construction in mind. This goal was attained.
The design for the interior glazed partition and doors was to create a lightness of touch in both the use of materials, transparency and the way in which it interfaced with the existing building, particularly the original ornate plasterwork ceiling.
The transparency of the glass walls needed to be variable to afford visiting clients privacy, and so a switchable LED glass was used that could turn opaque at the flick of a switch.