Bill Kreysler doesn’t pursue projects that are “flat.” His company, Kreysler & Associates, is one of a small band of curtain wall designers, engineers, and fabricators that provides AEC clients the wherewithal to execute complex—some previously unthinkable—façade geometries.

Prominent examples of their work include the sweeping postmodern structures imagined by Frank Gehry, skeletal-like structures fancied by Santiago Calatrava, and the rippled exterior panels on the addition to the Snøhetta-designed San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (SFMOMA).






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