41-story high-rise in the heart of the Dallas Arts District with Concrete-Tight OneFrames embedded in the exposed ceilings
The tallest rental tower in the Dallas area, Atelier is a mixed-use community of loft and luxury units with unmatched panoramic views. The units feature floor-to-ceiling windows, quartz countertops, and contemporary exposed concrete with DMF’s specialized downlights.
Specifically designed for high rise structures, the Concrete-Tight OneFrame brings all the features of the award-winning OneFrame to poured-concrete applications. The housing features two small tabs for simple mounting and is designed to allow the module and trim to be removed or serviced following installation.
The DRD2 is a compact LED module with an integrated driver that delivers the optimal balance of form and function. It provides outstanding illumination and color consistency while being simple to specify, install and maintain.
ZOM creates unique real estate environments. They maximize value by designing innovative spaces, exceeding the expectations, and building trust with stakeholders. Their objective is to deliver an unparalleled style of living, inspired by their passion for creativity, quality and value creation. They continuously strive to research, deliver and market ZOM Living in a manner that preserves the environment and protects their competitive advantage. Learn more about ZOM Living.
At Stantec, they always design with community in mind. They care about the communities they serve—because they’re their communities too. This allows them to assess what’s needed and connect their expertise, to appreciate nuances and envision what’s never been considered, to bring together diverse perspectives so they can collaborate toward a shared success. Learn more about Stantec.
Balfour Beatty is a leading international infrastructure group. They finance, develop, build and maintain innovative and efficient infrastructure that underpins daily life, supports communities and enables economic growth. Learn more about Balfour Beaty.
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