Structural Architectural Aluminum Frame Systems

DeepStream’s seven primary structural anodized aluminum extrusions create the Audubon and Mariner Structural Architectural Aluminum Frame Systems used to craft the cost-effective solutions you see on our website.

DeepStream Designs’ structural extrusions should not be confused with typical thin-wall extrusions. The aircraft aluminum walls of our primary extrusions are ¼” thick and are engineered for slide-in-easy modular construction, accepting almost any material of any thickness: Glass, stone, metal, wood, recycled plastic lumber, 3form Ecoresin, polycarbonate, copper, even fabric.

Audubon Anodized Aluminum Structural Architectural Frame System Components and Examples

Studio photo of the Audubon anodized Structural Architectural Aluminum Frame System's 5 proprietary extrusions and 316-stainless steel mounts, from left to right: X, T, Intermediary, Terminal extrusion, and L corner.
Audubon anodized Structural Architectural Aluminum Frame System’s five proprietary extrusions and 316 stainless steel mounts. Jewel-like, they are sophisticated enough for indoor use, yet are weather and salt water resistant for use outdoors. All parts are replaceable, there is no paint or powder coating to fail, and all products are backed by a Lifetime Structural Warranty and unique Core Replacement Program.
Studio photo of the Audubon anodized Structural Architectural Aluminum Frame System's 5 proprietary extrusion labeled from left to right: Intermediary, T, Terminal extrusion, L corner., and X.
These five primary anodized structural aluminum extrusions are the backbone of the Audubon Structural Architectural Aluminum Frame System. They are engineered to allow slide-in-quick-and-easy assembly to create everything from large screen wall enclosures with gates to trash and recycling bins, to custom cabinetry and fixtures, creating solutions for a wide range of clients’ operational needs.
Privacy, Security, and Protective Screens assembled with the Audubon Anodized Aluminum Structural Architectural Frame System.
The Audubon Structural Architectural Aluminum Frame System with bronze anodized extrusion and planks was used to build a slide-in-easy bronze anodized 8’ X 40’ X 40’ large equipment screen wall with double gates erected around an installation of several industrial size electrical utility and transformer boxes at a large modern Corten steel city park maintenance building.
The Audubon Structural Architectural Aluminum Frame System was used to build this slide-in-easy bronze-anodized 24′ x 21′ x 6’ H large equipment screen wall with double gates erected around an installation of several industrial size electrical utility and transformer boxes at a large city park maintenance building. The proprietary rigid, but hollow, 4” aluminum planks are part of the Audubon Frame System, and here they create upper and lower lightweight panels in each section that slide up and out of the Audubon extrusion’s unique slots for 360° unhindered equipment access. The equipment screen is also fitted with a 6’ wide double gate for everyday access.
A High-Wind Screen Wall at an Alaskan housing project creates a balcony privacy screen that withstands 145 MPH gusts of wind coming off a glacier. This slide-in-easy assembly balcony privacy screen is created using DeepStream’s silver anodized Audubon Structural Architectural Aluminum Frame Systems' L, Terminal, and Intermediate, extrusion as uprights. The Audubon systems, U-Channel, H-Channel hold the polycarbonate panels in the horizontal direction. The screen wall is held in place at each end and fastened to the concrete curb with and bolt down 316-stainless-steel mounts.
This High-Wind Screen Wall at an Alaskan housing project creates a balcony privacy screen that withstands 145 MPH gusts of wind coming off a glacier. This balcony privacy screen with slide-in-easy assembly is created using DeepStream’s Audubon Structural Architectural Aluminum Frame System’s L, Terminal, and Intermediate extrusions as uprights. The Audubon system’s U-Channel and H-Channel hold the polycarbonate panels in the horizontal direction. The screen wall is wall-mounted at each end and fastened to the concrete curb with bolt-down 316 stainless steel mounts, so there is no paint or powder coating to fail in the extreme arctic coastal environment.
A large balcony privacy screen wall created with DeepStreams’ silver anodized Audubon Structural Architectural Aluminum Frame System and slide-in-easy panels of 3from Ecoresin with a Ting-Ting branch pattern on a clear background. The privacy screen is two 3form panels joined using an Audubon Terminal extrusion in the center and anchored at each end with a Audubon Terminal extrusion . One end is anchored using a commercial wood planter with a frame created using Mariner Structural Architectural Aluminum Frame Systems to hold panels crafted with environmentally friendly Ipe Brown colored no-maintenance recycled plastic lumber.
A large balcony privacy screen wall is created with DeepStream’s Audubon Structural Architectural Aluminum Frame System and slide-in-easy panels of 3form Ecoresin with a Birch branch pattern on a translucent background. The privacy screen’s two panels are joined using an Audubon Intermediary extrusion in the center, and are finished at each end with an Audubon Terminal extrusion. One end is anchored using a commercial wood planter with a frame created using the Mariner Structural Architectural Aluminum Frame System to hold panels crafted from environmentally friendly, no-maintenance recycled plastic lumber and a waterproof recycled plastic inner liner with advanced drainage that hides the drip irrigation system.
Audubon Anodized Aluminum Structural Architectural Frame System Components

A unique feature of the Audubon Structural Architectural Aluminum Frame System is the simple, yet robust, slide-in-easy assembly of the system, which saves time and money using non-skilled labor for the assembly of screen walls, fences, and enclosures. Further cost savings derives from the system’s ability to use the anodized aluminum U-Channel extrusion to create composite panels using thin versions of expensive materials like 3form, copper, and marble, or difficult materials like glass and fabric. This allows Architects and Designers an unlimited palette of design materials for projects that may not have been viable without this value-engineered solution.

A studio photo showing the Audubon Structural Architectural Aluminum Frame System L extrusion holding a slide-in-easy composite panel in the L extrusions Channel Acceptance Slot. The composite panel in this example was created with a 3form Eco-resin panel backed by a white panel with both captured inside the Audubon systems U-channel extrusion and held in place by aluminum post screws.
The Audubon Structural Architectural Aluminum Frame System is engineered to allow cost-effective, slide-in-quick-and-easy, assembly of simple or complex customer solutions. Solid, composite, or even fabric panels are captured on the vertical edge by proprietary anodized aluminum U-channel.
A Studio photo of a proprietary Audubon Aluminum Frame System U-channel creating a composite panel combining an expensive 3form Eco-resin panel with an inexpensive white panel in the background.
In addition to slide-in-easy assembly, more cost savings are derived from the Audubon Aluminum Frame System U-channel’s ability to create composite panels using a thin version of expensive materials like 3form and marble, or difficult materials like glass and fabric.
A Studio photo of a proprietary Audubon Aluminum Frame System U-channel creating a composite panel using a thin sheet of expensive copper with an inexpensive white panel in the background.
The Audubon Aluminum Frame System U-channel was designed to facilitate slide-in-easy assembly and create composite panels for the Audubon Structural Architectural Aluminum Frame System from even the thinnest materials like expensive copper sheet.
Studio photos showing an example of the Track-To-Void component of the Audubon proprietary anodized Structural Architectural Aluminum Frame System used to quickly connect one primary extrusion to another. Here the track-to-void connector is inserted in a Terminal extrusion ready to connect to a T extrusion by sliding the connector into the channel acceptance slot.
The Track-To-Void component of the Audubon proprietary anodized Structural Architectural Aluminum Frame System is used to connect one primary extrusion to another. Here the track-to-void connector is inserted in a Terminal extrusion, ready to connect to a T-extrusion by sliding the connector into the channel acceptance slot.
Studio photos showing an example of the Track-To-Void component of the Audubon proprietary anodized Structural Architectural Aluminum Frame System used to quickly connect one primary extrusion to another. Here the track-to-void connector is inserted in a Terminal extrusion ready to connect to a T extrusion by sliding the connector into the channel acceptance slot.
The The Audubon Structural Architectural Aluminum Frame System has a Track-To-Void component designed to quickly connect one primary extrusion to another. Here the track-to-void connector joins a Terminal extrusion to an L-corner extrusion.
A studio photo showing how the 316-stainless steel mounts are inserted into the void in any Structural Architectural Aluminum Frame System primary extrusion, in this example it is a terminal leg.
316 stainless steel mounts are inserted into the void in any of the Structural Architectural Aluminum Frame System’s primary extrusions — in this example, a Terminal leg. The size of the mounts can vary depending on the engineering requirements of your application.
A studio photo showing 4 pieces of the proprietary anodized U-Channel extrusion component crated for the Audubon Structural Architectural Aluminum Frame System. The U-Channel is not only used to capture panel edges to slide into primary extrusions, it is also used in reverse to fill the panel acceptance slot for a clean, modern, finished appearance as shown and is used to support panels or as “stops” using set screws.
The proprietary anodized U-Channel extrusion component of the Audubon Structural Architectural Aluminum Frame System is used not only to capture panels that slide into the primary extrusions, but also in reverse to fill the panel acceptance slot for a clean, finished appearance, and to support panels or as “stops” using set screws.
The Audubon Structural Architectural Aluminum Frame System’s proprietary anodized H-Channel is used to join two panels by their edges for a clean, modern look.
A studio photo showing Audubon Structural Architectural Aluminum Frame System proprietary anodized H Channel joining two 3form Eco-resin Ginko Leaf panels by their edges for a clean modern look.
The Audubon Structural Architectural Aluminum Frame System’s proprietary anodized H-Channel is used to join two 3form Ecoresin Gingko Leaf panels by their edges to create large, modern privacy screen panels of up to 8 square feet.

Our customers turn to DeepStream for simple, rugged, cost-effective, easy-to-install custom solutions to their commercial operational challenges that will stand the test of time, without custom or design fees.

A studio photo shows how a slippery HDPE plastic block with a 316-stainless steel mini eyebolt makes the perfect track slide for curtains when uses used inside the flawless anodized panel acceptance slot designed into all the Audubon Structural Architectural Aluminum Frame System primary extrusions.
A slippery HDPE plastic block with a 316 stainless steel mini eyebolt makes the perfect track slide for curtains when used inside the flawless anodized panel acceptance slot designed into all of the Audubon Structural Architectural Aluminum Frame System’s primary extrusions.
A studio photo shows how a simple aluminum tube is used to hold fabric or shade cloth, with a sleeve sewn into the edge, to create low cost, air permeable, fixed side curtains or fabric privacy screens when uses used inside the flawless anodized panel acceptance slot designed into all the Audubon Structural Architectural Aluminum Frame System primary extrusions.
An aluminum tube is used to hold fabric or shade cloth, with a sleeve sewn into the edge, to create low-cost, air-permeable, fixed side curtains or fabric privacy screens, held by the flawless anodized panel acceptance slot designed into all of the Audubon Structural Architectural Aluminum Frame System’s primary extrusions. We have tested Coolaroo shade fabric for more than 15 years and it still looks great.
Studio photo showing the interconnection of a double layer of internal cross bracing used as structural reinforcement used with both the Audubon and Mariner Structural Architectural Aluminum Frame System primary extrusions.
The interconnection of a double layer of internal cross bracing used as structural reinforcement with both the Audubon and Mariner Structural Architectural Aluminum Frame System’s primary extrusions. While primarily used on our large planter systems for rooftop landscaping projects that require really large installations, the principles apply for other structures like privacy screens, screen wall enclosures, and cabanas.
A detailed studio photo showing how a heavy-duty anodized panel clip is engineered to engage with the panel-acceptance-slot found in every primary extrusion of the Audubon Structural Architectural Aluminum Frame System.
Every primary extrusion of the Audubon Structural Architectural Aluminum Frame System is engineered with a slide-in-easy panel acceptance slot that allows components, like this heavy-duty extruded anodized aluminum panel clip, to engage and distribute even extreme loads. You have your choice of fastener heads to meet you design criteria.
Studio photo of two choices of stainless-steel adjustable feet, with ½” stainless-steel threaded stems, that fit the Audubon Structural Architectural Aluminum Frame System’s anodized primary extrusions shown along with the wrench for height adjustments.
Two choices of adjustable feet, with ½” stainless-steel threaded stems, that fit the Audubon Structural Architectural Aluminum Frame System’s anodized primary extrusions, along with the wrench for height adjustments. The foot with the larger black no-scratch foot pad adjusts for slope as well as height. Caster wheels are another popular option that the structural extrusions are designed to accommodate.
Studio photo of 3-inch and 6-inch heavy-duty anodized slide-in-easy panel clips engineered to distribute clamping forces allowing any material, in any thickness, to be used for panels with the Audubon Structural Architectural Aluminum Frame System.
3-inch and 6-inch heavy-duty anodized slide-in-easy panel clips engineered to distribute clamping forces can support panels of any material, in any thickness, within the Audubon Structural Architectural Aluminum Frame System.
Studio photo of the molded silver HDPE cap and foot for the Audubon Structural Architectural Aluminum Frame System L-corner primary anodized extrusion.
An example of one of the molded silver HDPE cap and non-scratching foot options for the Audubon Structural Architectural Aluminum Frame System’s L-corner primary anodized extrusion. We also offer a thicker HDPE foot option, as well as leveling feet and machined aluminum cap options.
Studio photo of 316 stainless steel medium and heavy-duty gate hinges for the Audubon and Mariner Structural Architectural Aluminum Frame System .
316 stainless steel medium and heavy-duty gate hinges for the Audubon and Mariner Structural Architectural Aluminum Frame System shown with their backing plate for slide-in-easy assembly.
Cabanas and Trade Show Booths created with the Audubon Anodized Aluminum Structural Architectural Frame System
A photo taken at a trade show showing the DeepStream Designs trade show booth created with the Audubon Structural Architectural Aluminum Frame System and sliding white curtains on one wall, a solid white panel on a side wall and upper name sign boards and 3form Eco-resin gingko leaf insert panels.
This DeepStream Designs trade show booth was created with the Audubon Structural Architectural Aluminum Frame System and sliding white curtains on one wall, a solid white panel on the back wall, and upper name sign boards and 3form Ecoresin gingko leaf insert panels.
A prototype shade cabana created with the Audubon Structural Architectural Aluminum Frame System and sliding shade curtains set up on a tropical beach. Sides may be enclosed with slide-in-easy solid or fabric panels or sliding shade curtains. Sets up in 30 minutes. You are only limited by your imagination and a 12’ primary extrusion length.

If you have questions, need more information, or would like to discuss your project, please call Sheila at (305) 857-0466 or email her at dsdmiami@gmail.com.  Sheila has decades of experience to call on as a developer, general contractor, and property manager, with thousands of planter installations and remediation project experiences to help you with budget-saving ideas.  

Modern Commercial Recycling and Trash Bins and Commercial combined Trash and Recycling Receptacles, Custom Outdoor Cabinetry and Fixtures for Restaurants, Resorts, and Pools assembled with Audubon Anodized Aluminum Structural Architectural Frame System components.
Custom fixtures made with the Audubon Structural Architectural Aluminum Frame System. A casual tropical island outdoor restaurant uses Coordinating Outdoor Restaurant Fixtures and verdant landscaping to reclaim a corner of a parking lot turning it into an island favorite. To set the tone the restaurant designer chose DeepStream’s beautiful Ipe wood, anodized aluminum, and stainless-steel triple bin Commercial Combined Recycling and Trash Receptacle to serve alongside a matching Ipe wood Outdoor Restaurant Food Service Cart with two drawers and a 316-stainless steel countertop that holds condiments, napkins, and silverware.
It is the Audubon Structural Architectural Aluminum Frame System that makes it possible to build and back these modern custom commercial outdoor restaurant fixtures with a Lifetime Structural Warranty, and to create custom cost-effective operational solutions where every component is replaceable.
DeepStreams’ Audubon Structural Architectural Aluminum Frame System was used to create the waterproof enclosure for point-of-sale systems and a modern commercial combined recycling and trash receptacle for the outdoor restaurant at an upscale waterpark and golf resort.
DeepStreams’ Audubon Structural Architectural Aluminum Frame System was used to create this waterproof enclosure for point-of-sale systems and a modern commercial combined recycling and trash receptacle for this golf and pool resort’s outdoor restaurant.
DeepStreams’ Audubon Structural Architectural Aluminum Frame System was used to create the waterproof enclosure for point-of-sale systems, a modern commercial combined recycling and trash receptacle, a pool towel issue cabinet, and a pool towel return cart enclosure for an upscale waterpark and golf resort.
DeepStreams’ Audubon Structural Architectural Aluminum Frame System was used to create a suite of custom waterproof enclosures and cabinets for a resort’s pool and outdoor restaurants.
DeepStream custom crafts Weatherproof Pool Towel Cabinets and Return Cart Enclosures, using the Audubon Structural Architectural Anodized Aluminum Frame System, like this one in Ipe wood at a jungle pool of a tropical island resort.
The Audubon Structural Architectural Anodized Aluminum Frame System makes it possible to build these cost-effective large Wood or Recycled Plastic Lumber Pool Towel Return Cart Enclosures and back them with a Lifetime Structural Warranty.
The Audubon Structural Architectural Aluminum Frame System was used to create a large pool towel return cart enclosure for an upscale golf and tennis resort with light gray-colored weatherproof recycled plastic lumber.

Mariner Anodized Aluminum Structural Architectural Frame System Components and Examples

A studio photo looking at an anodized end section of a Mariner Structural Architectural Aluminum Frame System L corner extrusion typically used to join two panels at 90 degrees to create a structural frame for walls or planters
The Mariner Structural Architectural Aluminum Frame System L-corner extrusion is used to join two panels at 90 degrees to create a structural frame for screen walls or planters. The thick walls of the extrusions are engineered to contain the tremendous expansionary forces exerted by the wet-dry cycles of wood without tearing apart.
A studio photo looking showing an example of a Mariner Structural Architectural Aluminum Frame System L corner extrusion joining two mitered tropical wood panels at 90 degrees to form a large commercial wood planter box.
The Mariner Structural Architectural Aluminum Frame System L-corner extrusion is engineered to mount an internal frame to hold a waterproof liner, hide drip irrigation systems, and provide a structural attachment to mount privacy and security screens, trellises, gates, and caster wheels.
A studio photo looking showing an example of a Mariner Structural Architectural Aluminum Frame System T extrusion used to create an independent structural frame that joins two panels in a straight line with a slot at 90 degrees to allow for an aluminum cross bar brace forming double or single sided planters and screen walls of an infinite length.
The Mariner Structural Architectural Aluminum Frame System T-extrusion is used to create an independent structural frame that joins two panels in a straight line with a slot at 90 degrees to support an aluminum cross-bar brace forming double or single sided planters and screen walls of an infinite length.
A studio photo looking showing an example of Mariner Structural Architectural Aluminum Frame System proprietary anodized T extrusion joining two Ipe Brown recycled plastic lumber plank panels in a free-standing aluminum structural frame to create a commercial wood planter with the potential infinite length.
A Mariner Structural Architectural Aluminum Frame System proprietary anodized T-extrusion joining two recycled plastic lumber plank panels in a free-standing aluminum structural frame to create a commercial wood planter with the potential for infinite length and the addition of many options.
The Mariner Structural Architectural Aluminum Frame System allows for large, long, cost-effective commercial planters of infinite length with a Lifetime Structural Warranty and no paint or powder coating to fail.
Lushly landscaped extra Large Wood Planters on Boston's Historic Exchange Place 14th floor roof deck looking towards the bay.
DeepStream’s extra Large Wood Planters with hidden Mariner Structural Architectural Aluminum Frame and waterproof planter liners on Boston’s Historic Exchange Place 14th floor roof deck. No roof penetrations required.
Studio photo showing a very Large Wood Garden Planter 21 inches high created with DeepStream’s trademark proprietary structural aluminum frame with cross bracing in a U shape with the longest side 24 ft long by 16 feet on the ends.
Studio photo showing a very Large Wood Garden Planter 21 inches high created with DeepStream’s trademark proprietary Mariner Structural Architectural Aluminum Frame with cross bracing in a U-shape with the longest side 15′ long x 7′ on the ends.
An 800 ft. continuous run of Long Wood Garden Planters, crafted with brown recycled HDPE plastic lumber and our unique structural modular aluminum frame and planter liners filled with flowering plants and ornamental grass, creates a natural parapet wall on a midtown Manhattan roof deck surrounded by skyscrapers.
The ultimate Long Wood Garden Planter: 800 ft. of cost-effective Mariner Structural Architectural Aluminum Frame creates a cooling living wall along the parapet of a midtown Manhattan roof deck. Assembly time is 10-20 minutes per section.

Marine-anodized and stainless steel components mean there is no paint or powder coating to fail, even in coastal environments, and all DeepStream products are backed by a Lifetime Structural Warranty. Architects, Landscape Architects, Designers, General Contractors, and Facility Operations and Management teams rely on DeepStream as an extension of their company to create practical solutions that integrate design and operational details.

Planter-anchored Aluminum Screen Wall made with DeepStream’s Mariner Anodized Aluminum Structural Architectural Frame System
Large Wood Garden Planters using DeepStream's trademark aluminum planter frame system to mount aluminum screen wall and planter mounted gates to create this restaurant outdoor smoking section enclosure as seen from the outside.
The large Commercial Wood Garden Planters and Restaurant Privacy Screen creating this outdoor smoking section were all prefabricated using the Mariner Anodized Aluminum Structural Architectural Frame System. Engineered to mount screen walls, benches with storages, and gates, these custom planters will outlast wood and fiberglass planters by decades without the custom price. Lifetime Structural Warranty with no paint or powder coating to fail.
A detailed interior view of an outdoor restaurant screen wall with a gate used to create the restaurants outdoor smoking section. Anchored by Ipe Brown Mariner commercial wood restaurant planters crafted of maintenance free recycled plastic lumber which hold slid-in easy anodized aluminum screen wall panels.
The Mariner Structural Architectural Frame System in bronze-anodized aluminum was used to create this restaurant’s outdoor smoking section complete with privacy screen wall and gates, anchored by Ipe Brown Mariner commercial recycled plastic lumber restaurant planters. Assembly of the planters, screen wall, and gate was slide-in-easy, requiring no skilled labor or tools. Set up time is about 15-minutes per section. The entire assembly may be pressure cleaned for sanitation.
A detailed interior view of an outdoor restaurant smoking section, complete with cushioned chairs, fire pits and DeepStream’s modern Ash-Trash receptacles with ashtray tops, attached to an upscale brick restaurant. Created in an L shape the Ipe Brown 6-foot-high screen wall, with a gate, provided controlled access and is anchored by landscaped Mariner commercial wood planters holding the aluminum planks screen wall panels.
A large L-shaped outdoor restaurant screen wall with gate, anchored by Ipe Brown Mariner commercial wood restaurant planters, creates an instant modular outdoor smoking section, complete with DeepStream’s Audubon modern Ash-Trash receptacles with ashtray tops, all created with the Mariner and Audubon Anodized Aluminum Structural Architectural Frame Systems.
An Outdoor Restaurant created with DeepStream’s Commercial Wood Restaurant Planters on Wheels, with Lights and Glass Privacy Screen, preassembled using the Mariner Anodized Aluminum Structural Architectural Frame System
Large Wood Garden Planters with glass screen wall and planter liners, landscaped with bushes, creates an upscale outdoor urban restaurant on a plaza for a wine bar inside a modern brick building.
Large Wood Mariner Commercial Wood Planters with taller back legs to support glass privacy screen and lights were used by this experienced restaurant group to create flexible outdoor seating areas and extend the outdoor dining season, while attracting positive attention to their restaurant inside the building.
Large Wood Garden Planters with wheels and planter liners planted with bushes create a moveable modular glass screen wall for an upscale outdoor city restaurant on a city plaza.
The Mariner Anodized Aluminum Structural Architectural Frame System was used to preassemble these Large Wood Restaurant Planters on Wheels with planter liners, creating movable modular glass privacy screen restaurant barriers for this upscale, wine-themed outdoor restaurant on a busy transportation hub plaza.
Large Wood Garden Planters on wheels with planter liners planted with bushes create a moveable modular glass screen wall for an upscale outdoor city restaurant.
A flexible outdoor seating plan is made possible by this protective glass privacy screen enclosure with lights formed by the Mariner Anodized Aluminum Structural Architectural Frame System that make it possible to create practical movable Large Commercial Restaurant Planters on wheels.
Planter-anchored Glass Privacy Screen made with DeepStream’s Mariner Structural Aluminum Extrusions
Thermoplastic Elastomer Glass Panel Edge Guard
Glass windbreak panels held by DeepStream’s Mariner proprietary aluminum extrusions using custom thermoplastic rubber edge guards and HDPE inserts.
Glass privacy screen windbreak panels held by DeepStream’s Mariner Anodized Aluminum Structural Architectural Frame System’s primary extrusions using custom thermoplastic rubber edge guards and HDPE inserts. Eye bolts on top hold lights.
Studio detailed photo of 3 lengths of DeepStream’s proprietary heavy-duty thermoplastic elastomer edge guard allows for slide-in easy insertion of glass screen and other wall panel materials into our trademark anodized extrusions, damping vibrations eliminating rattles. Aluminum coloring makes edge guards virtually invisible. There are 3 sizes for varying thickness of glass, aluminum coloring makes edge guards virtually invisible.
DeepStream’s proprietary heavy-duty thermoplastic elastomer edge guard allows for slide-in-easy insertion of glass screen and other wall panel materials into our trademark anodized extrusions, damping vibrations, and eliminating rattles and chips. There are 3 sizes for varying glass thickness. Aluminum coloring makes the edge guards virtually invisible.

Three profiles cover a range of materials as shown on the diagram below.  The lobes at the top of B = .0” to .02” apart for a tight grip. B Max measurements at the bottom of the slot are as detailed on the diagram:

A keyed diagram of DeepStream’s proprietary heavy-duty thermoplastic elastomer edge guard that refers to a chart of measurements.
DeepStream’s proprietary heavy-duty thermoplastic elastomer edge guard dimensions.

Small: A = .35″ B = .11″ Accommodating a range of panel thickness from .04″ to .11″.

Medium: A = .40″ B = .19″ Accommodating a range of panel thickness from .12″ to .19″.

Large: A = .50″ B = .27″ Accommodating a range of panel thickness from .20″ to .27″.

Commercial Wood Planters create a Rooftop Dog Park anchoring Glass and Wood Privacy Screen and Gates using the Mariner and Audubon Anodized Aluminum Structural Architectural Frame System
The exterior view of a nicely crafted and landscaped apartment building roof deck created with DeepStream’s Long Wood Garden Planters and Privacy Screen Wall Enclosure creating a Rooftop Dog Park with the central high-rise financial district of a dense urban city in the background.
DeepStream’s Mariner and Audubon Anodized Aluminum Structural Architectural Frame System creates prefabricated, lightweight modular Wood Garden Planters to anchor wood, aluminum, and glass privacy screen wall panels. Although the system can create complex rooftop enclosures for equipment, pools, or the dog park pictured here, they all simple to assemble slide-in-quick-and-easy without skilled labor or roof penetrations.
The interior view of a Rooftop Dog Park enclosure with planters, benches, bright green turf, and a double gated pet control area created with DeepStream’s Long Wood Garden Planters and Glass and Wood Privacy Screen Wall atop a naturally landscaped apartment building roof deck with university and apartment buildings in the background.
Do you need a rooftop dog park or pool safety enclosure for your apartment building? DeepStream specializes in making complex integrated rooftop planter landscaping systems, privacy and safety screens, and equipment enclosures. Thanks to the Mariner and Audubon Anodized Aluminum Structural Architectural Frame System, installation is slide-in-quick-and-easy. Backed by a Lifetime Structural Warranty, with no paint or powder coating to fail.
A detailed interior view of a Rooftop Dog Park’s double gated animal control area, or “bull pen,” created with outdoor privacy screen wall that allows dogs to be let off leash or put on leash while in a confined area, as found at professionally designed dog parks.
There is almost no limitation what you can construct using the Mariner and Audubon Anodized Aluminum Structural Architectural Frame System. This professionally designed Rooftop Dog Park is equipped with a double-gated animal control area, or “bull pen,” allowing owners to safely leash their dogs in a confined area. The planter-mounted gates are just one of the unique features of this complete landscaping and screen wall system.

DeepStream’s flexible sustainable design approach means that custom is never extra, it’s simply what we do. One panel or fifty – there is no design fee. You are buying factory-direct, with no confusion or middleman mark-up. Modular construction means quick delivery and budget options.

If you have questions, need more information, or would like to discuss your project, please call Sheila at (305) 857-0466 or email her at dsdmiami@gmail.com.  Sheila has decades of experience to call on as a developer, general contractor, and property manager, with thousands of planter installations and remediation project experiences to help you with budget-saving ideas.