The Statler Hotel and Residences – Dallas

General Contractor: Hill & Wilkinson | Architect: Merriman Architects

ABOUT THE WINDWALL GLASS SYSTEM

Also referred to as wind barrier, windscreen or windbreak panels, the Windwall Glass Railing System can range from 5 ft. in height up to 8 ft. depending on the structure.  Windwalls can be engineered with curved or straight glass to fit any structure. Windwalls can also be tinted, or etched for an added level of privacy for pools and private residences.

 

THE STATLER HOTEL’S HISTORY

The Statler Hotel was completed in 1956 and it was the first of its kind to feature new techniques and building materials in the architecture industry.  Created by William B. Tabler, Statler features over 20 floors and over 1,000 guest rooms and in its opening year, The Stater Hotel came to be the “best block of 1950’s architecture in the city.  A historic icon of Downtown, a soon to be $230 million renovations began several years later.  A pool, bar and lounge area housed the top floor and guest rooms and apartments were completed in early October 2017.  In total, 159 guest rooms were completely renovated on the first eight floors and 219 apartments were created on the remaining eleven floors.

 

MERRIMAN ANDERSON ARCHITECTS | HILL & WILKINSON CONSTRUCTION

Merriman Anderson Architects loves an architectural challenge.  They will become a part of your team and provide a wide variety of experience from different projects aspects including interior design and graphic design.

Process driven design and developing unique strategies for each project is why Hill & Wilkinson Construction has been one of the best construction firms in the DFW area.

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SOLO, Solo Glass, Windwall