If you’re an architect or designer, you’re probably a frequent ArchDaily user. The weblog covering architectural news, projects, products, and more is the world’s most-visited architecture website.

Many ArchDaily users prefer to remain within the site’s ecosystem while researching solutions for ongoing projects, rather than going back and forth to product manufacturers’ websites. So, we’ve made it easy to get what you need from us without ever leaving ArchDaily.

Here are four ways to get the most out of Draper’s presence on ArchDaily:

Explore projects and applications.
Nothing helps you visualize how a solution might interface with your design like seeing it in real-world projects. That’s why you’ll find our shading solutions in several high-profile projects covered on ArchDaily, including:

  • Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children’s Hospital of Chicago
  • The West Coast’s Tallest: Wilshire Grand
  • University of New Mexico Cancer Center
  • Gordon Parks Arts Hall
  • Sweetwater Spectrum Community

Dig deeper into a solution.
You need more than surface information. You need to know how things work, how they are made, and where they’re best used. Every solution in our ArchDaily product catalog includes features, technical description, photographs, videos, and more. You’ll also find links to projects where the product is installed.

You can even download Autodesk-vetted BIM files to use in your projects.

Get in touch.
If you have additional questions, you can contact us through the ArchDaily site. If your research is completed and you’ve made your choice, you can also reach out for a quote or project proposal. ArchDaily quickly routes those contacts to us and we’ll respond to you as soon as possible.

Bookmark us.
Bookmark our ArchDaily product catalog page, so you never have to go searching for a solution. Our catalog page includes links to product pages, projects, and applications, plus information about Draper, including how to get in touch with us.

To visit our ArchDaily catalog page, click here and learn more about using Draper’s content today!

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