Atlanta’s The Met is an over 100 year old warehouse recently converted to multiuse spaces for entrepreneurs and artisans. The original warehouse, owned by a co-founder of the Coca-Cola Company, has had many uses in its history including distribution for the military during World Wars I & II. Today, the structures have been converted to include office space, art studios, and public use spaces to bring the community together.
As part of this redevelopment, the property underwent renovations to the roof – including replacing the original glass skylights. Over time, the skylights had degraded causing leaks and poor quality lighting inside. Kingspan Light + Air provided modern, polycarbonate skylights to provide high performance for the future.
The prismatic polycarbonate skylights allow ample light to enter the space, diffusing the spaces with natural light, without sacrificing thermal performance in the warm Atlanta sun.