Builders strive to provide their customers more than just a place to live. Amenities abound these days and one of the most sought after is a great view. The East Bayfront Precinct along the Toronto waterfront offers the views that can inspire residents.
One of the newest developments there is Monde, an architecturally interesting, 44-story condominium project, featuring a designed curtainwall system, stepped with balconies. A combined 148,000-sq.ft. of AGC Glass ENERGY Select 36 and ENERGY Select R42 help to make it special. ENERGY Select 36 is a high performing, double silver, low e-coated glass that offers natural soft grey-blue aesthetics, enhancing the building’s façade.
A solar heat blocker, 136,000-sq.ft. of ENERGY Select 36 was used at Monde. ENERGY Select R42 has a high reflectance and a low solar heat gain coefficient, making it ideal for high-rise applications.
The Monde architect was Moshe Safide and Quadrangle, and the developer was Great Gulf. The general contractor was Tucker Highrise Construction, and AGC Glass products were installed by BV Glazing systems.
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