The new Campbell Mithun office occupies the 10th-13th floors of the 510 Marquette building in downtown Minneapolis, Minn. As you enter this newly renovated space, you’ll notice a bright, open environment along with historic elements such as exposed brick walls and an open ceiling structure. Trex Commercial Products had the privilege of contributing our ArchitectuRAIL Point Series and Base Shoe railing systems to the redevelopment of this unique office space. The use of these components allowed light to flow through the entire space, maintaining the desired open feel.
Our Point Series railing system is comprised of 2 ½” stainless steel side mounted nodes, which eliminate the need for vertical balusters and allow for openness and clean sightlines. For Campbell Mithun’s multilevel staircases, we utilized ½” laminated tempered glass with a 060 SGP Interlayer manufactured by Cardinal Glass Industries, Inc., and installed by J & J Glass and Glazing. A custom wooden handrail completed the modern look the Architect was trying to achieve when designing this multi-floor railing system.
The balconies surrounding the stairs are enclosed with our Base Shoe railing system, which includes a ½” glass shoe anchored to the structural slab. A stainless steel top cap helps minimize glass deflection while maintaining clear sightlines between floors.
Thank you to Julie Snow Architects and J & J Glass and Glazing for including our railing systems in the modern renovation of this historic site, and congratulations to Campbell Mithun on their exceptional new office space!
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