|WAVE WALL FROM THE RECEPTION AREA|
Thursday, February 5, 2015
For the new office location of Corning Incorporated, at 767 Fifth Avenue, the "Wave Wall" corridor divider was designed to give the individual offices a sense of privacy. The mirrored wall along the traffic side generates dynamic reflections.
Tuesday, February 3, 2015
The Merck project had several components. The entry atrium incorporated a rendering of the company logo behind the reception desk with flanking walls of glass to screen the parking garage. Additionally two separate dining areas, the green and mauve rooms were integrated into the cafeteria.
|ENTRY DETAIL DURING CONSTRUCTION LUNCH HOUR|
Friday, January 30, 2015
Corning Incorporated's 717 Fifth Avenue Office featured stained glass paneled doors and walls. This was a way to control admitted light and visually unify the conference room window walls. The installation was relocated to the new office at 767 Fifth Avenue, in 2000.
Wednesday, January 28, 2015
This project consisted of 22 individually designed stained glass elevator ceilings. Because the glass panels needed to be artificially illuminated, an elaborate lighting system had to be developed using recessed lights and reflective surfaces. A full size mock up elevator cab was built at KRJD&A with prototype stained glass units developed by DWD. This was very useful learning experience for the artificial lighting of glass art when applied to future proposals.
|35 WEST WACKER DRIVE|