Relevant Case Studies
This case study collection demonstrates the diverse use of vinyl materials in residential and commercial construction. Read on to see how architects and designers choose vinyl to bring their plans to reality.
'The Science of Big': Vinyl Building Wraps Become Center of Attention at 2002 Winter Olympic Games
When ProGrafix International, Inc., a graphics firm located in Layton, Utah, learned about a plan conceptualized by the 2002 Salt Lake City Olympic Committee (SLOC) and entered the competition for a larger-than-life print job, it was clear that the project might be ProGrafix’ most demanding and thrilling assignment ever.
Faced With a Personal Design Problem, Architect Goes Vertical
A New Jersey architect decides on vertical vinyl siding to create a one-of-a-kind look for his contemporary home. "The vertical applications open up a new avenue of thought," says this trendsetter. "We were able to achieve exactly what I envisioned."
In the Heart of Lumber Country, Custom Home Owner Insists on Vinyl
Guided by aesthetic and low maintenance benefits, a retired professional wrestler insists on vinyl siding for his million-dollar dream house.
Vinyl Helps Draw In Crowds to Eye-Catching Olympic Structure
A multitude of things have inspired design over the years - a beautiful face, profound literature, divinity and, yes, even skiwear.