Zahner has developed a number of featured metal systems used on high-rise and mid-rise buildings in the United States and around the world. From custom mullion and column slab cladding such as used on 200 Eleventh in New York City, or the crown molding used on the neighboring 400 Fifth Avenue, to the 'S' shape in stainless steel which runs the Harim Tower, there exist a wide range of possibilities for this typology.
While the highrise typology is most commonly associated with standard glass and curtainwall facade construction, there is a growing movement to develop energy efficient buildings. Building such as the unbuilt Morphosis-designed Singapore tower exemplify how such buildings can be made using metal facades. See below a selection of highrise properties for which Zahner has provided engineering and crafted fabrication.