We serve not only our customers but also each other, our families, our communities, and our environment. Together, as partners, we can truly make a difference in creating a more beautiful and sustainable world.
At Furbish, we’re here to make an impact — to better ourselves and our planet.
In 2006, we bought the Lucky’s Warehouse, a 90-year-old, three-story warehouse in the South Baltimore neighborhood of Brooklyn.
The building is a demonstration for how we approach building systems and symbolizes our willingness to challenge assumptions and implement innovative ideas. We endeavored to redevelop and operate this property using sustainable approaches, honoring the existing masonry architecture, and attempting to exhibit our values through the built environment.
Our objective has been to embrace simplicity and allow function and form to coexist.
We kept the large floors open — minimizing walls and maximizing natural lighting. Our HVAC system is radiant hydronic distribution encased in polished concrete floors. Primary heat is provided by rooftop solar panels, and primary cooling is ground source water. We have experienced a 65% reduction in typical HVAC costs while increasing comfort and occupant health.
A Furbish BioWall provides clean indoor air. New windows improve envelope efficiency while embracing natural daylight. The exterior features a pervious parking lot and Furbish SmartSlope walls. We also use our roof, yard, and warehouse as an R&D lab and incubator for our products.
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