Virgin Hotel Rooftop Bar Gas Strut Windows — Dallas, TX

Hotel Bar Gas Strut Windows
Hotel Bar Gas Strut Windows

When the architect for the new Virgin Hotel in Dallas drew four 90-degree awning windows, there was no specific product attached to those drawings. That’s when ActivWall entered the picture and was able to craft these stunning Gas Strut windows in  Virgin brand red to complete the kitchen/serving area of the signature rooftop bar

New York Restaurant Wall and Window

commercial horizontal folding doors

This horizontal folding wall and window open up this Buffalo, New York restaurant.

Our 72″ by 102″ folding window lets the restaurant easily serve drinks without the customer going inside, or the staff going outside. 

This 96″ by 144″ folding wall allows customers and staff to freely go between the indoor and outdoor seating area. 

 In the harsh winter months, this restaurant will hold its warmth, with our energy efficient, thermally broken aluminum components.

Restaurant Facade Charlottesville, VA

restaurant facade charlottesville open
restaurant facade charlottesville open

Restaurant facade installed at College Inn Restaurant in Charlottesville, Virginia

This facade was installed at College Inn, a restaurant at the University of Virginia in Charlottesville, VA. The restaurant has been open for over 60 years, however they recently renovated the building, which included adding some ActivWall horizontal folding doors. The restaurant is popular with college students, with Italian and Greek dishes, sandwiches, and more.

These doors are thermally broken aluminum, with a white powder coat finish that matches the exterior. They allow for easy indoor/outdoor dining. They also seal tightly to keep the heat or cold out, depending on the season.

Relevant Links:

Article: Interested in having better curb appeal? Check out this article for 10 tips on making your restaurant’s exterior more attractive. Of course, don’t forget the 11th tip: Get an ActivWall window or door!

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