Seven Feathers Hotel & Casino Resort

The Solution

There is one larger double slope skylight measuring 52’x80′ over the swimming pool. This skylight is glazed with 1″ (25mm) clear polycarbonate in the sloped areas and 1″ (25mm) insulating glass in the two gable ends. Stainless steel tie rods were used to eliminate problems with lateral loads on the traditional construction supporting the skylight.

There are two smaller skylights over the spa area. These measure 12’x18′ with two hip ends. Both are glazed with 1″ (25mm) polycarbonate.

Technical Information

Architect: gLAs Architectural Group, Eugene, OR

There is one larger double slope skylight measuring 52’x80′ over the swimming pool. This skylight is glazed with 1″ (25mm) clear polycarbonate in the sloped areas and 1″ (25mm) insulating glass in the two gable ends. Stainless steel tie rods were used to eliminate problems with lateral loads on the traditional construction supporting the skylight.

There are two smaller skylights over the spa area. These measure 12’x18′ with two hip ends. Both are glazed with 1″ (25mm) polycarbonate.

"The OpenAire system has allowed our guests the opportunity to enjoy the pool and spa areas, as well as the beauty that surrounds the Resort. The construction and simple operation make it easy to provide an ‘outside’ experience at any time of the year."


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