Architectural Digest is one of the leading architectural magazines in the world. When the magazine chose a list of the best atmosphere of terrace and patios that has a retractable system, it made a list of 7 projects. Libart has made the list with 2 projects! The Union Restaurant in Minneapolis and The God Frey Hotel in Chicago. We thank Architectural Digest for choosing Libart systems as one of the best retractable systems that provide the best atmosphere for terraces and patios.
Take a look at the list : Seven Restaurants with retractable roofs
Turkey Build Trade show started on the 21st of April and ended on the 25th of April. LIBART distributors and LIBART dealers around the world came to Turkey to the trade show and saw the new developments and also they went through a detailed training. LIBART's new developments were very attractive to the visitors of the trade show. The new Panora-Kinetic window systems and the insulated glass guillotine action Panora-View systems were the star of the stand. Also all the visitors were very interested of the new on module motor system that charges with sun panels and works with batteries. LIBART has been visited by over 1000 people during the 5 day show. Architects and Architect students were the most interested group of the new products and new developments. The students who have visited us at the trade show wants to use LIBART products in their school projects, LIBART will gladly help them with their work. We as LIBART thank to all our family members; dealers, agents, distributors, manufacturing partners, and everyone who has visited us during the trade show.
Our Project in Chicago, J. Parker Roof Top Bar came up as a news on WGNTV, we are happy to share this with you.
Outdoor patios and roof areas are boons for businesses during Chicago's warmer months, but they're not as big of an asset during days like today, when the city is buried by snow.
This has forced business owners to be creative. Parson's Chicken & Fish converted its backyard into an ice skating rink. Kaiser Tiger has turned to the winter sport of curling.
Meanwhile the Boka Restaurant Group, the management team behind the J. Parker in Lincoln Park, have decided to go full Skydome. Monday night will be the first time the public gets to experience the bar's retractable glass rooftop. The new rooftop will cover the open-air space on the 13th floor of the Hotel Lincoln, fully sheltering patrons from snow, rain and cold, allowing the bar to be open all year.