Mother Mercy Hospital

Mother Mercy Hospital

Hospitals
United States - Build completed in 2015
John Magnoski

Mirage Glass Textured Walls Glass

Marketing Specialist as Architects

THE PROJECT


HDR’s (Minnesota) choice of elegant, thick, deeply textured kiln formed glass panels used in this beautiful Mother Mercy Healthcare project, define the individual spaces, create privacy, and add a stunning visual feature. “Mirage” textured glass panels, another exclusive from Nathan Allan Glass Studios, create functional, yet spectacular partitions, and are featured throughout the project. THE GLASS


Mirage textured glass, from our Classic Textures Directional Series, is a free flowing pattern with fluidly shaped lines of deep texture. Organic molds are produced with deep recesses to allow for the profound surface striations. Each mold is individually created to form a continuous pattern from panel to panel. Nathan Allan’s textured glass panels have an anti-microbial, low maintenance quality, uniquely designed for Healthcare applications.


SPECIFICATIONS


These Architectural Glass Partitions are formed with 1/2″ (12mm) thick, Low Iron, safety tempered glass. Low Iron glass, a design selection by HDR, appears as a white, crystal clear textured glass, as most of the iron content in the glass has been removed. Various size panels up to 5’0 x 10’0 (1500mm x 3000mm) are incorporated. As thick 1/2″ (12mm) glass panels are used, the thicker glass detail is stronger, and allows for frameless vertical edges, reducing the amount of hardware required.


DESIGN


With HDR (Minnesota) at the design help of this project, the blend of other Architectural materials with Nathan Allan’s Mirage textured glass, forms stunning spaces all throughout this care facility. The continuous pattern design in these kiln formed glass panels creates a seamless appearance, camouflaging separation lines. HDR’s choice of the deeply shaped textured glass lines created a dazzling visual appearance.


PROJECT DETAILS Collection: CLASSIC Glass Series: Directional Texture: Mirage Type Glass: Low Iron Thickness: 1/2" (12mm) Client: Mother Mercy Hospital, MN Designer: HDR, Hopkins, MN


Photo: John Magnoscki


Mother Mercy Hospital

Nathan Allan Glass Studios as Manufacturers

THE PROJECT HDR’s (Minnesota) choice of elegant, thick, deeply textured kiln formed glass panels used in this beautiful Mother Mercy Healthcare project, define the individual spaces, create privacy, and add a stunning visual feature. “Mirage” textured glass panels, another exclusive from Nathan Allan Glass Studios, create functional, yet spectacular partitions, and are featured throughout the project.


THE GLASS Mirage textured glass, from our Classic Textures Directional Series, is a free flowing pattern with fluidly shaped lines of deep texture. Organic molds are produced with deep recesses to allow for the profound surface striations. Each mold is individually created to form a continuous pattern from panel to panel. Nathan Allan’s textured glass panels have an anti-microbial, low maintenance quality, uniquely designed for Healthcare applications.


SPECIFICATIONS These Architectural Glass Partitions are formed with 1/2″ (12mm) thick, Low Iron, safety tempered glass. Low Iron glass, a design selection by HDR, appears as a white, crystal clear textured glass, as most of the iron content in the glass has been removed. Various size panels up to 5’0 x 10’0 (1500mm x 3000mm) are incorporated. As thick 1/2″ (12mm) glass panels are used, the thicker glass detail is stronger, and allows for frameless vertical edges, reducing the amount of hardware required.


DESIGN With HDR (Minnesota) at the design help of this project, the blend of other Architectural materials with Nathan Allan’s Mirage textured glass, forms stunning spaces all throughout this care facility. The continuous pattern design in these kiln formed glass panels creates a seamless appearance, camouflaging separation lines. HDR’s choice of the deeply shaped textured glass lines created a dazzling visual appearance.

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